KYLIAN MBAPPE'S FIRST PROFESSIONAL CAREER RED CARD




The 19-year-old France international Kylian Mbappe was given a straight red card for a dangerous tackle on Ismaila Sarr in the second half at Roazhon Park on Tuesday after returning to the starting line-up for missing two games with a back injury. He was frustrated in the moment and agreed with referee Mikael Lesage's decision.
  

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Mbappe earned his first red card of his club career with a crude lunge 63 minutes in. The send off of the France International did not bring down PSG's hopes of keeping alive their quadruple chase of the Ligue 1, Champions League, French Cup and French League Cup titles, after extending their winning streak in domestic cup competitions to 37 matches though. PSG’s hope to the final place in the Coupe de la Ligue was highly inclined by the goals scored by Thomas Meunier, Marquinhos and Giovani Lo Celso despite the red card.

PSG having not lost a Coupe De La Ligue match since 2012 struggled to find their feet and in the 24th minutes, the 26-year-old Belgian right-back Thomas Meunier putting the visitors ahead, broke the deadlock with a spectacular, magnificent, and wonderful finish from the edge of the area sending it looping over Diallo making him his fourth goal of the season.

Brazilian defender Marquinhos made it 2-0 after half time from close range eight minutes after the restart before midfielder Giovani Lo Celso's first goal for the club gave PSG’s third goal by a dreadful mistake from home goalkeeper and the Senegalese stopper Abdoulaye Diallo for allowing the ball to slip through his legs and bobble into the net. He scored just 13 minutes coming in as a substitute to Javier Pastore.

With the sent off of the France International Mbappe in the 63rd minute gave Rennes a glimmer of hope, and they took the advantage and snatched the game from PSG. In the 85th minute, Sakho who came on at half-time for his debut after joining Rennes from Premier League outfit West Ham, headed Ludovic Baal's cross expertly into the right-hand corner of the net, which made his first goal for the club.

After that, Prcic blasted home from a long-range 25 yards strike to give the hosts some hope of a remarkable comeback. Despite the sent off Mbappe, PSG set up another final for five consecutive times with either Monaco or Montpellier.





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