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Olympique de Marseille kicks PSG out of the French Cup with Messi and Neymar on pitch

Messi fights for the ball against the Marseille defense.

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With Messi and Neymar on the pitch, PSG lost 2-1 to Olympique de Marseille at the Stade Vélodrome and said goodbye to the French Cup.ia, thus giving up their first title of the tournament and maintaining the hope of raising a triplet between the League, the Champions League, added to the Super Cup that they already obtained months ago.

A great goal from the Ukrainian Ruslan Marinovsky put an end to the illusions of those led by Christopher Galtier who aspired to win all the competitions in which they playedHowever, it was their archrivals who were able to poke the all-powerful team from the French capital.

The goals of the match between Olympique de Marseille and PSG

Those led by Igor Tudor would go ahead on the scoreboard through a maximum penalty converted by the Chilean Alexis Sánchezwhich with the same precision as always overtook Marseille to the delight of the public present at the cup match.

PSG was handcuffed, however Sergio Ramos appeared at the end of the first half to bring the Parisian team closer. The stellar Spanish defender wants to renew with the team and came to its rescue with a goal that later would not be enough to avoid the debacle.

It was at minute 56 when the Ukrainian Ruslan Marinovsky appeared, with a jewel of a goal product of a powerful shot that would leave the Italian goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma without any option.

PSG is still without the French star Kylian Mbappé who is injured and is now preparing for a difficult test in the UEFA Champions League when they have to face a solid Bayern Munich who knows how to face the decisive instances of the tournament.

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