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'Yang Hyun-joon on, Hyun-gyu off' Celtic lose 1-2 to Lazio
'Hwang In-beom full-time' Zvezda draws 2-2 with Young Boys
French professional soccer club Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), without star player Lee Kang-in due to his participation in the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games, suffered an upset in the UEFA Champions League (UCL).
PSG lost 1-4 to Newcastle (England) in the second leg of their UCL Group F match of the 2023-2024 season at St. James' Park in Newcastle, England, on Friday (June 5).
With a 1-1 record (3 points), PSG is second in the group behind Newcastle (4 points).
Third is AC Milan (2 points) and last is Dortmund (1 point).
PSG fell behind 0-2 in the first half after back-to-back goals from Almiron in the 17th minute and Dan Byrne in the 39th.
In the second half, PSG conceded again through Sean Longstaff five minutes in, before Luca Hernandez pulled one back six minutes later.
However, PSG completely collapsed when Newcastle's Fabian Schurrle struck in second-half stoppage time.
PSG was silenced, unable to score a single goal, even though their star French striker Kylian Mbappe played the full game.
Celtic (Scotland), started by Yang Hyun-joon, lost 1-2 to Lazio (Italy) in their second Group E match.
Yang was substituted in the 17th minute of the second half without an offensive point. Oh Hyun-gyu, who started the game on the bench, took the field for Furuhashi Kyogo in the 41st minute, but also failed to register an attacking point.
Celtic took the lead in the 12th minute through Japanese striker Furuhashi, but conceded an equalizer in the 29th minute and a late winner through Pedro in stoppage time. Celtic sit in fourth place (0 points) in Group E.
Zvena Zvezda (Serbia), who started and played the full game with Hwang In-beom, drew 2-2 with Young Boys (Switzerland) in their second Group G match. Zvezda finished last in the group with one point.
Elsewhere, Manchester City (England) beat Leipzig (Germany) 3-1 and Barcelona (Spain) defeated FC Porto (Portugal) 1-0.
Friday, October 6, 2023