Champions League: Mbappe, Hakimi Score As PSG Beat Borussia Dortmund


France national team captain, Kylian Mbappe, helped Paris St. Germain kicked off their Champions League campaign on a brighter note with a 2-0 home win against visiting Borussia Dortmund on Tuesday.


The French Lique 1 giant showed glimpses of what might be under new coach Luis Enrique with Mbappe opening the scoring with a second-half penalty and Moroccan international, Achraf Hakimi, doubled the lead with a fine goal.


It was only the third win in six competitive games for the Ligue 1 champions this season, and it gave them some much-needed relief after their first defeat at the weekend as they dutifully applied Enrique’s possession game.


PSG now top Group F with three points, two ahead of AC Milan and Newcastle, who drew 0-0 earlier on Tuesday.

Source: Leadership Newspaper