Thursday, May 19

Wijnaldum scores first goals for PSG.

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Former Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum scored his first goals for Paris St-Germain but a last-minute equaliser earned RB Leipzig a draw in their Champions League group game.

The German hosts took an early lead when Christopher Nkunku headed home.

Andre Silva then saw his penalty saved before Wijnaldum stabbed in.

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The Netherlands player then headed in just before half time but Dominik Szoboszlai equalised with an added-time penalty.

The spot kick was awarded by VAR for a foul by Presnel Kimpembe on Nkunku in the 91st minute.

PSG were without Lionel Messi for the game after the former Barcelona forward picked up a knock on Friday.

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The result means PSG drop to second in Group A as Manchester City’s 4-1 win against Club Bruges put them top.

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