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Simon Scores Again In Nantes Home Defeat To PSG

Simon Scores Again In Nantes Home Defeat To PSG

Moses Simon was on target again for Nantes but ended on the losing side following their 2-1 home loss to Paris Saint-Germain in Tuesday’s Ligue 1 game, Completesports.com reports.

Simon scored just four days ago in the 3-2 away defeat at Rennes which has now brought is tally in the league to three in 21 appearances.

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He netted in the 68th minute to bring score to 2-1, after Mauro Icardi and Thilo Kehrer had scored on 29 and 57 minutes respectively for PSG.

It was Nantes third consecutive defeat and they are currently 10th on 32 points while PSG remain top on 58 points.

In another Ligue 1 game on Tuesday, Lille made it back-to-back wins as they pip visiting Rennes 1-0.

Victor Osimhen was in action for 90 minutes but could not get on the score sheet.

He netted the winner in the 2-1 away victory against Strasbourg on Saturday.

Former Chelsea forward Loic Remy got the only goal just four minutes into the game.

By James Agberebi 

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  • Moses i hope you can replicate this ur form on the eagles jearsey. Becos for the last two years you havnt shown nothing for eagles. U couldnt score against benin and lesotho. No goal in all ur nations cup appearance and non in recent frendlies for eagles. As i can see u are rohr favorite and there is nothing i can do about it than to support you. Pls try improve for us nor be by club performance.

    • Larry 1 year ago

      Simon you are the best super eagles on current form. You are a leading player in goals and assist among current SE players in SE. You’ve got nothing to proof to people who see nothing good in others except themselves or their village people.
      You have achieved in a league where overhyped SE players like Kalu and onyekwuru have underperformed.
      For this CS reporter, Simon has scored 4 goals and made 5 assists in french league. 8 goals and 8 assists in 25 matches.

  • There are many players in the world and all professionals have qualities. But there are exeptional qualities that differentiates each professionals. National team is not club sides. In clubside football u can score alot of goals and assists in your a year and still not delivering in ur national team. Kalu is a born super eagle he is in category of victor moses and ahmed musa and osaze odewwingie. He lead eagles to win games, onyekuru is a tilented guy he have big mentality he was never overhyped. He came through thesame belgium league with a lower club(eupen) with no big names to support him. He scores 24 goals in a year i dont think have up to 24 goals in is all time goals in belgium. Onyekuru replicate same form in turkey and with eagles scoring 2 goals and 1 assist in 5 games is not beans i think if gernot rohr give him more chances with the eagles he will do more than his haters think. As for simon i love him just like others but urge him to give us more. That wing he has bin playing for eagles almost every matchs musa victor moses and even kalu has done more than him from that same wing they scored wonderfull goals. As for not having anything to prove as far as simon havnt retired from the Super eagles he definately have alot to prove! super eagles is not nantes. God bless Naija

    • Goal 1 year ago

      I love that response! We are talking Super Eagles here not club. #simeongiveusmore

  • Larry 1 year ago

    Comparing Kalu to world class players like Musa,Moses and Osaze is a highly delusional statement.
    Every good coach will choose Moses ahead of Kalu any good day. Moses has never disappointed in SE Jersey. He is good for both club and country.