A week after scoring his first Ligue 1 goal, Tim Weah
got the start for Paris St. Germain at Guingamp but lasted only 45 minutes before being pulled in favor of Kylian Mbappe
who scored two goals to lead PSG to a 3-1 comeback win.
Playing between Neymar
and Angel Di Maria
at center forward, the 18-year-old Weah had little impact on the game as
PSG was lucky to get into the locker room only 1-0 down.
PSG coach Thomas Tuchel
again started three academy players -- 19-year-old Colin Dagba
on the backline, 19-year-old
in midfield and Weah -- but they all struggled.
-- Less than weeks after joining Nantes on loan from Premier League
team Chelsea, defender Matt Miazga debuted for the Canaris, who lost their second game in a row, a 2-0 loss to Dijon.
The 23-year-old Miazga won 11 tackles and completed 92 percent
of passes but received a rating of "3" from L'Equipe, the same Weah received.