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FRENCH SUPER CUP: Messi, Ramos & Neymar Give PSG The First Title Of The Season

Galtier's team, without Mbappé suspended, beat Nantes with a festival of goals (4-0) in the final played in Tel Aviv.

Leo Messi and Sergio Ramos have celebrated their first French Super Cup together at the dedicated Bloomfield Stadium in Tel Aviv. Christophe Galtier 's new PSG already knows what it's like to lift a title after defeating Nantes (4-0) with great goals from the Argentine, the Spaniard and Neymar (2). Of course, the French coach knows that Qatar, owner of the club since 2011, only smiles at whoever brings him the first Champions League. If he doesn't pull it off, few except the 30,000 fans who packed the Israeli stadium will remember the victory on a summer night in which the PSG stars taught a class in magic and goals.

In their official start to the season, the Parisian side learned their lesson from last year when they lost to Lille on the same stage. On that occasion, Messi, Ramos and Neymar did not participate in the debacle. A year later, the great absentee has been Kylian Mbappé. The great French star was not on the pitch at Bloomfield, but not for the reason that a few months ago many expected - and others feared - to wear the Real Madrid shirt, but rather because of dragging a sanction.

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If PSG takes revenge for last year's defeat, Galtier does so for his loss to Nantes in the Cup final when he was in charge of Nice. The least "international" coach that PSG has had since it is owned by Catari took out his 3-4-1-2 in which Messi made hitch with his inseparable Neymar and Sarabia.

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The match began with absolute dominance by PSG who soon had their first chances like a header off the crossbar by Marquinhos who the day before predicted a "very difficult" match. And it almost was if Evan Guessand , minutes later, hadn't missed a very clear chance for Antoine Kombouaré 's team . The one who did not fail was Messi who, after receiving an assist from Neymar, elegantly dribbled past Lafont and scored the first goal with his right foot, causing delirium on the pitch. The Brazilian striker closed the first half with a great free-kick goal.

The resumption of the match was celebrated with a brilliant backheel from Ramos that gave way to a huge wave in the stadium that hosts Maccabi and Hapoel Tel Aviv. Neymar capped it off with a signature penalty goal before celebrating with his fans in tune with his style of play.


The stand in the hot southern part of the Mediterranean city was made up of many representatives of the French Jewish community in Israel and, as expected, thousands of followers of Neymar and especially Messi. All of them aware that it could be the last time they see him hit the ball in the Holy Land. Here it is always Messi and 10 moreregardless of whether he comes with Barça, his national team or now PSG. The veteran Argentine striker is surely the most beloved athlete in these lands in the last ten years, as was demonstrated this Sunday with the ovation he received every time he touched the ball or the number of shirts worn by PSG 30 or Barça 10 . There were also no lack of those of the 4 of Real Madrid. Ramos also received praise from the local press and fans as he met in Tel Aviv with the infant son of an Israeli policeman killed in a 2017 Jerusalem terror attack. The Druze agent, Haiel Sitawe, loved the Spanish centre-back so much that he called Ramos to your baby. It was the second meeting between the two Ramos.

The 46th edition of the Trophée Des Champions came to Tel Aviv thanks above all to the donation of Sylvan Adams. This Canadian-Israeli philanthropist and co-founder of the first elite professional cycling team has put his deep pockets into bringing sports and music stars to this country in recent years. In addition, he makes significant financial aid to an Israeli association that offers medical treatment to children in the Middle East - some of them met this Saturday with Messi and company - to the creation of a velodrome in Tel Aviv and to two hospitals.

After lifting the trophy and the usual fireworks, one of the most expensive teams leaves one of the most expensive cities in the world with the satisfaction of having passed the first test with flying colors and without his megacrack of the present and future Mbappé. His season has only just begun. And its stars are hungry.

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