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Stade de la Mosson (Montpellier)

Montpellier 3-0 PSG

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Montpellier beat PSG 3-0 in a Ligue 1 match at the Stade de la Mosson in Montpellier.

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Goals
42 mins — Montpellier vs PSG 1-0 — Lasne goal vs PSG
48 mins — Montpellier vs PSG 2-0 — Skhiri goal vs PSG
80 mins — Montpellier vs PSG 3-0 — Boudebouz goal vs PSG
Match Stats

Montpellier Starting Lineup

1 - L. Pionnier
3 - D. Congré
4 - Hilton
21 - W. Rémy
18 - N. Saint-Ruf
6 - J. Marveaux
10 - R. Boudebouz
7 - P. Lasne
8 - M. Sanson
13 - E. Skhiri
15 - S. Mounié

PSG Starting XI

16 - A. Areola
2 - Thiago Silva
20 - L. Kurzawa
19 - S. Aurier
5 - Marquinhos
14 - B. Matuidi
11 - Á. di María
4 - G. Krychowiak
7 - Lucas Moura
24 - C. Nkunku
9 - E. Cavani

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