Paris Saint-Germain coach was in Friday's match frustrated over Neymar, who was in Spain on Thursday.
The French football team Paris Saint-Germain took a convincing home win with 2-0 against Lille in Ligue 1.
Thus pulling PSG from the top, where they are located, on the first place in the league with 36 points, which is 14 points more than Marseille in second place.
Little had to win the opportunity to play on the coveted Champions League spots, but the team must instead content itself with a position as number seven.
After 17 minutes brought Mauro Icardi parisians in front with 1-0, and barely a quarter of an hour after did Ángel Di María him the art after on an assist from Julian Draxler. PSG could thus go to the break with a lead of 2-0.
With the safe-keeping in the backhand disappeared a little of the energy of the home team in the second half, and there were no more scores in the purge.
Friday's match featured a comeback for the brazilian football star Neymar.
Stjernespilleren has not played a match since the start of October due to an injury Gobahis in the thigh, as Neymar sustained during his test match number 101 for Brazil 5. October.
Neymar started inside for Paris Saint-Germain, as if it was not self-penned.
on Thursday were Neymar thus seen to the tennis tournament the Davis Cup in Madrid, which PSG coach Thomas Tuchel was not completely satisfied with.
- I am neither his father or a police officer. I'm his trainer, and he has done well to training. Break I me that he took the trip? No, not at all. But is it worth to go crazy over? No, said Tuchel Thursday.
the Coach aired in addition, the idea of letting Neymar start on the bench as a consequence of the journey, but the idea was obviously dropped.
on the other hand, Neymar switched out in the second half Friday.
Neymar has had a tumultuous period in the parisian club. After he in the summer transfervindue wanted to move away from the club, he fell also out of favor with the club's fans.
Tuesday should the PSG meeting Real Madrid in the Champions League.
/ritzau/Date Of Update: 23 November 2019, 01:00