Kylian Mbappe's brace lit up the Parc des Princes on Wednesday night, as PSG defeated Juventus 2-1 in the Champions League.
The Italian side, who were without the likes of Angel Di Maria, Paul Pogba and Federico Chiesa, looked set for a long night after the French side jumped out to two-goal advantage thanks to the French star.
It took the French side just five minute to open the scoring, and what a goal it was.
Neymar played a splendid dinked pass over the top, which Mbappe lashed past Mattia Perin first time from a tricky angle with his right foot.
After Gianluigi Donnarumma denied Arkadiusz Milik's towering header from close range, PSG doubled their advantage in the 22nd minute.
Mbappe played a quick give and go with Achraf Hakimi inside the box before firing first-time from 12 yards out.
Weston McKennie came on for Fabio Miretti at half-time, and it was the American who fired Juve back into the contest against the run of play in the 53rd minute.
Filip Kostic's cross from a short corner was misplayed by Donnarumma, with McKennie easily nodding home.
The Bianconeri nearly levelled the score minutes later, but this time Donnarumma made an excellent stop on Dusan Vlahovic's glancing header.
PSG responded, first through Mbappe and later via Lionel Messi, but neither could direct their efforts on goal.
Juventus continued to gain confidence with each passing minute as PSG's defence struggled to deal with several crosses.
Their best chance at scoring came from a scramble in French penalty area, but Donnarumma made the difference once again, parrying Manuel Locatelli's effort.
Unfortunately for the Italian side, their efforts proved too little too late, as PSG managed to hold on to claim all three points.
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