PSG, with Messi looking for the 800th goal, against Rennes, for the French league, LIVE: previous, schedule, how to see it and probable lineups

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paris saint germainwith the world champion Lionel Messi and on his third opportunity to convert his historic 800 milestone, he will try to take another step towards a new title of champion of the French championship by receiving the Parc des Princes Reindeerby the date 28.

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The match is played from 13:05 (Argentina time) with television on the Star+ platform.

PSG lead with a nine-unit lead over Lens, so a sporting catastrophe would see them miss out on their ninth title in the last eleven editions of Ligue 1, which is the only tournament where they remain in competition despite their star-studded squad. . He has already been eliminated in the Champions League and French Cup.

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PSG will play against a Rennes who ranks sixth with 47 units and who still have some ambitions of qualifying for the next Champions League.

PSG’s last training session this Saturday was characterized by the early farewell of Messi, who in any case appeared in the squad for the last match before the break for the appointment with FIFA, where he will travel to Buenos Aires to join the National team in the first match after the World Cup title in Qatar 2022.

All this while the management of the Parisian club and Jorge Messi are negotiating the renewal of the contract of ‘Pulce’, which expires on June 30th.

Messi is playing his second season at PSG and is better than the first. For coach Christophe Galtier his performance is a success “with 18 goals and 17 assists”, but part of the fans and the press are not satisfied and believe that he is doing enough. In fact, during the week, a rumor circulated about a possible hostile reception for the Argentine this Sunday at the Parque de los Príncipes.

This Sunday’s Ligue 1 schedule is completed with the following matches:
Ajaccio-Monaco (9.00, ESPN and Star+)
Montpellier-Clermont (11:00)
Nice-Lorient (11.00)
Race Strasbourg-Auxerre (11.00)
Troyes-Brest (11.00)
Reims-Marseille (16.45, ESPN and Star+)

Source: Clarin

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