Paris Saint-Germain will be aiming to make it two wins from two Champions League games when they head to Israel to meet with Maccabi Haifa after Kylian Mbappe guided the French champions to victory last time out.
Mbappe was the main man once again in the Champions League for his side against Juventus, as the forward scored twice inside the first half to give his side three points. Juventus did pull one back in that game, but the clinical nature from the Frenchman ended up being the difference.
Across the board, PSG have been electric this year and it finally feels like we’re getting something out of Mbappe, Lionel Messi and Neymar. The front three have incredible this campaign with Messi scoring three goals and assisting seven from seven games in Ligue 1, while Mbappe has seven goals, just as Neymar puts on record six assists and eight goals. It leaves PSG with just four goals let in and a stunning 25 goals scored in Ligue 1.
As for Haifa, they are first in the Israeli Premier League and sit as the only side yet to drop points after four games. From the four outings, 10 goals have been scored with only three conceded, but with a loss to Benfica last time out in Europe, it’s clear to see where they are heading in this group.
The Israel side managed just two shots on target that day against Benfica and never truly threatened the Portuguese side. Against a relentless PSG, it could be a case of how many, rather than if they win.