Paris: The entire football world is still getting in grips to the money splashed around by PSG during this transfer season. They signed Neymar for a record 222million and also loaned in Mbappe to be bought next season. Their latest transfers have helped them get wins over all their domestic matches but it was clear in the match yesterday, against Lyon that not everything is smooth at the Parc Des Princess where we could see Neymar and Cavani, two of the trident of MCN fighting over a free kick and later a penalty. PSG however secured a 2-0 victory over the 7 time French league winners thanks to 2 own goals. Cavani after the match proceeded directly to the tunnel while the rest of his team mates applauded the fans. PSG and their fans will be hoping that things get sorted out before their visit to the Allainz Arena where they face an actual challenge in Bayern Munich.
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