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Mbappe dropped as PSG draw with Reims, In a surprising turn of events, Reims took an early lead against Paris Saint-Germain as a mistake by Achraf Hakimi gifted Marshall Munetsi an easy finish in the sixth minute. However, the tide quickly turned as a Yunis Abdelhamid own goal leveled the match just 11 minutes later.

Goncalo Ramos then added to Reims’ lead with his sixth Ligue 1 goal of the season in the 19th minute. Nevertheless, Will Still’s visiting team managed to equalize just before half-time through Oumar Diakite, setting the stage for an intense second half.

Notably, Kylian Mbappe, who poised to join Real Madrid in the summer as his PSG contract expires, summoned by manager Luis Enrique in the 73rd minute. Despite high expectations, Reims effectively contained the French superstar, limiting his chances to make an impact on the game.

Mbappe dropped as PSG draw

After substituting Mbappe at half-time during PSG’s goalless draw with Monaco last Friday, there has been scrutiny on his recent involvement. Enrique emphasized the club’s need to “get used to playing without” their star striker, hinting at a potential shift in the team dynamics.

Following this draw, PSG finds themselves 10 points ahead at the top of Ligue 1, despite experiencing their third consecutive domestic draw. Reims, on the other hand, maintains their ninth-place position in the league standings.

The unexpected outcome of this fixture underscores the unpredictability and competitiveness of Ligue 1, raising questions about PSG’s performance and Mbappe’s upcoming departure to Real Madrid. As the season progresses, all eyes will be on how both teams navigate the challenges ahead.

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