Juventus' Juan Cuadrado, left, duels for the ball with PSG's Kylian Mbappe during the Champions League soccer match Group H at the Parc des Princes stadium, in Paris.

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Two first half goal by Kylian Mbappe saw Paris Siant-Germain beat Juventus for the first time ever in nine matches. Neymar and Achraf Haimi earned an assist each in the match

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Juventus' Filip Kostic, left, duels for the ball with PSG's Lionel Messi during the Champions League soccer match Group H at the Parc des Princes stadium, in Paris.

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I was very pleased with the team," said PSG coach Christophe Galtier. “Winning in difficult circumstances can only make us stronger."

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Mbappe had squandered a great chance to make it 3-0 moments before that when he chose to shoot into the side-netting rather than pick out Neymar at the back post.

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Mbappe has nine goals in six games for his club this season, and has scored eight in his last seven Champions League appearances.

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"We were too timid in the first half and it's not easy to recover from such a start against such a top team," the Italian said.

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If he keeps playing like he is just now then rhis c;oud well be PSG`s year at long last

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We were too limited  in the first half and its not easy to recover from such a start against such a top team

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