PSG vs Lille score, result, highlights as Lionel Messi goal wins it late, Mbappe nets brace, Neymar injured

By | February 19, 2023

PSG pulled off a miracle comeback to win a wild match 4-3 against LOSC Lille.

The Parisian side went up 2-0, only to go down 3-2 to the visitors. But goals by Kylian Mbappe and a dramatic stoppage time free kick from Lionel Messi secured a victory that looked out of reach.

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PSG vs Lille final score

  1H 2H Final
PSG 2 2 4
LOSC Lille 1 2 3

PSG — Kylian Mbappe (Neymar) — 12th min.
PSG — Neymar — 17th min.
LOSC — Bafode Diakite (Andre Gomes) — 24th min.
LOSC — Jonathan David (penalty) — 58th min.
LOSC — Jonathan Bamba (Andre Gomes) — 70th min.
PSG — Kylian Mbappe (Juan Bernat) — 87th min.
PSG — Lionel Messi — 94th min.


PSG starting lineup (4-3-3, right to left): 99-Donnarumma (GK) — 29-Pembele, 4-Ramos, 3-Kimpembe, 25-Mendes (14-Bernat, 31′) — 8-Ruiz, 6-Verratti, 17-Vitinha — 30-Messi, 10-Neymar (44-Ekitike, 51′), 7-Mbappe

LOSC Lille starting lineup (4-2-3-1, right to left): 30-Chevalier (GK) — 18-Diakite, 6-Fonte (15-Yoro, 14′), 3-Djalo, 22-Weah — 21-Andre, 28-Andre Gomes — 10-Cabella, 20-Angel Gomes, 7-Bamba — 9-David

PSG vs Lille live updates, highlights from Ligue 1

Final: PSG 4-3 LOSC Lille

94th min.: Messi scores! The ball goes to the goalkeeper’s side and beats him inside the right post.

93rd min.: Free kick for PSG. Lionel Messi draws the foul from Benjamin Andre at the top of the box. This is well within Messi’s range for a potential dramatic winner.

90th min.: Seven minutes of stoppage time. There’s still time for another goal.

87th min.: Goal PSG! It’s Kylian Mbappe who rescues his team again. Juan Bernat cuts the ball back into the middle of the box where Mbappe applies the sliding finish to make it 3-3.

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84th min.: Chance PSG! Lionel Messi comes alive with a run in the box and the ball ends up at the feet of Juan Bernat who pokes at goal, but Lille goalkeeper Chevalier makes the surehanded stop. Moments later it’s Kylian Mbappe with a shot, also from the left side, but Chevalier rises to the occasion again.

76th min.: Reports are that PSG sporting director Luis Campos has come down near the bench area. Not a good sign. Perhaps he should have a word with Lionel Messi, who has been invisible in this game.

75th min.: SUBS PSG. Triple sub by manager Christophe Galtier. Danilo, Carlos Soler and Zaire-Emery are on for Pembele, Vitinha, and Ruiz. PSG are going to three in the back.

70th min.: Goal Lille! What a ball from midfield by Andre Gomes for Jonathan Bamba, who gets inside PSG left-back Juan Bernat and finishes past Gigi Donnarumma. Lille go from 2-0 down to 3-2 up.

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64th min.: Yellow card Lille. Jonathan Bamba goes into the book.

58th min.: Goal Lille! The visitors tie it up on a penalty converted by Jonathan David. It’s the 2-2 equalizer.

56th min.: Penalty Lille. PSG’s Marco Verratti is punished for pulling on Tiago Djalo’s jersey on a corner kick. And the referee is pointing to the spot, with Verratti getting a yellow card.

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51st min.: SUB PSG. Neymar is stretchered off injured. Hugo Ekitike replaces him.

49th min.: Neymar injured. The Brazilian sprains the same ankle that has given him issues this season. On a fair challenge by Lille’s Benjamin Andre Neymar’s right foot twisted as it hit the ground. The training staff are out to tend to him. It looks like he’s coming off.

46th min.: Second half is underway. And Lille are immediately on the front foot.

Halftime: PSG 2, Lille 1

Halftime: The story of that first half is Lille playing the better football, but PSG’s stars have made the difference so far, coming up with plays when it mattered.

PSG are vulnerable and they suffered for stretches during that first 45 minutes. Their defense is not good enough to shut down Lille, and if it wasn’t for Gigi Donnarumma, Lille could’ve had a few goals. The visitors look like they can create more opportunities.

45th min.: Yellow card Lille. It’s goal scorer Bafode Diakite who gets it for stopping a promising PSG attaack. He accepts it with no complaints.

43rd min.: The teams exchange scoring chances, Kylian Mbappe is thwarted on one end and Remy Cabella on the other. The bottom line is that Lille are consistently dangerous when they get into the attack. PSG’s ability to defend is definitely in question in this game.

37th min.: Chance Lille. Nice play from the visitors and it ends with an Angel Gomes shot from 20 yards out which finishes high. But Lille can create when they get on the ball.

31st min.: SUB PSG On a play in the PSG box, left-back Nuno Mendes picks up an injury after attempting to stop a Jonathan Bamba shot. Mendes has to leave the game and Juan Bernat replaces him.

24th min.: Goal Lille! A short corner is whipped in and right-back Bafode Diakite nods it down for the neat finish past Gigi Donnarumma. Lille are back in this game.

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22nd min.: Chance Lille! A cross by left-back Tim Weah is headed on goal by Jonathan David and PSG ‘keeper Gigi Donnarumma comes up with a big save. That’s a third big chance for Lille to start the match.

17th min.: Goal PSG! The home side floods the Lille box and the ball goes from left to right. Lille’s goalkeeper comes out to stop Vitinha, but the ball pops to Neymar who easily touches it home.

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14th min.: SUB Lille. Captain and centre-back Jose Fonte is injured after lunging to attempt to stop the Mbappe goal. Teenager Leny Yoro, only 17, replaces him.

12th min.: Goal PSG! Neymar feeds Mbappe making a run down the left, and the French star splits two defenders in the box with a nutmeg and slides it under the goalkeeper. What a goal.

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10th min.: Chance Lille. A poor headed backpass by Presnel Kimpembe is intercepted by Lille’s Jonathan David, who can’t get the ball past Gigi Donnarumma 1-on-1. That was served up on a platter.

5th min.: Chance PSG! First opportunity for the hosts. After a blocked Neymar shot, the ball is lofted over to a wide open Lionel Messi in the box. His volley is stopped by goalkeeper Lucas Chevalier, though Messi looked offside. The corner is given.

1st min.: Chance Lille. The visitors kick off and they have a chance in the first 30 seconds! A great through ball and it’s Timothy Weah who gets the shot off and Gigi Donnarumma has to come up with the kick save!

The traveling supporters are loving that start.

5 mins from kickoff: Teams emerge from the tunnel and are out on the field. We’re close.

15 mins from kickoff: It’s been three matches that we haven’t seen the “MNM” attacking trident together for PSG. We’ll see if they can make the difference against a good Lille side.

45 mins from kickoff: Lineups are out. The Big Three start for PSG, while American winger Timothy Weah will fill in at left-back once again for Lille against his former club.

70 mins from kickoff: Canal Plus reporter Olivier Tallaron reports that Messi, Mbappe and Neymar will all start, and that Presnel Kimpembe will serve as PSG captain.

75 mins from kickoff: You can understand why PSG manager Christophe Galtier wants Kylian Mbappe on the field today despite his early return from a thigh injury against Bayern in midweek. He singlehandedly flipped that Champions League match on its head when he came off the bench. This infographic lists PSG’s shots on target, crosses, and balls into the Bayern penalty area before and after his entrance.

90 mins from kickoff: PSG have arrived at the Parc des Princes, where they’ll be wearing their home shirt for the match against LOSC Lille, who will be wearing their fourth kit.

115 mins from kickoff: PSG manager Christophe Galtier gave probably as strong a hint as possible that Kylian Mbappe will be starting when he said the words below in the lead-up to the match. Mbappe as a starter was also reported by L’Equipe.

120 mins from kickoff: It’s that time of the year when it looks like PSG’s season is unraveling and there are questions about the manager’s job security:

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PSG vs Lille lineups

The big three are all playing for PSG, including Kylian Mbappe who only came off the bench in midweek after a thigh injury. The right side of the PSG starting defense will be missing due to injury as Achraf Hakimi and Marquinhos picked up knocks after the midweek Champions League match, and Timothee Pembele and Sergio Ramos will replace them. Nordi Mukiele and Renato Sanches are also out due to injury. 

PSG starting lineup (4-3-3, right to left): 99-Gigi Donnarumma (GK) — 29-Timothee Pembele, 4-Sergio Ramos, 3-Presnel Kimpembe, 25-Nuno Mendes — 8-Fabian Ruiz, 6-Marco Verratti, 17-Vitinha — 30-Lionel Messi, 10-Neymar, 7-Kylian Mbappe

PSG subs (9): 16-Sergio Rico (GK), 90-Alexandre Letellier (GK), 14-Juan Bernat, 15-Danilo Pereira, 31-El Chadaille Bitshiabu, 33-Warren Zaire-Emery, 28-Carlos Soler, 35-Ismael Gharbi, 44-Hugo Ekitike,

Lille’s Brazilian left-back Ismaily and attacking winger Adam Ounas are the most important players who are not in the squad due to injury. American attacking winger Timothy Weah will once again fill in at left-back. Meanwhile, Lille manager Paulo Fonseca will have plenty of options for the winger positions.  

LOSC Lille starting lineup (4-2-3-1, right to left): 30-Lucas Chevalier (GK) — 18-Bafode Diakite, 6-Jose Fonte, 3-Tiago Djalo, 22-Timothy Weah — 21-Benjamin Andre, 28-Andre Gomes — 10-Remy Cabella, 20-Angel Gomes, 7-Jonathan Bamba — 9-Jonathan David

LOSC Lille subs (9): 16-Adam Jakubech (GK), 25-Benoit Costil (GK), 15-Leny Yoro, 5-Gabriel Gudmundsson, 4-Alexsandro Ribeiro, 8-Jonas Martin, 35-Carlos Baleba, 23-Edon Zhegrova, 26-Alan Virginius

MORE: Updated Ligue 1 top scorer table

PSG vs Lille live stream, TV channel

The match will take place at the Parc des Princes in Paris at 13:00 local time. PSG have won nine of their 11 league matches at home this season, while Lille have a 5W-4L-2D record away from home.

  Date Time TV Channel Streaming
Australia Sun, Feb. 19 23:00 AEDT beIN Sports 3 beIN Sports Connect
Canada Sun, Feb. 19 07:00 ET beIN Sports fuboTV, beIN Sports Connect
Hong Kong Sun, Feb. 19 20:00 HKT beIN Sports 2 beIN Sports Connect,
Now Player
India Sun, Feb. 19 17:30 IST Sports18 Sports18
Malaysia Sun, Feb. 19 20:00 MYT beIN Sports beIN Sports Connect, sooka
New Zealand Mon, Feb. 20 01:00 NZDT Sky Sports 7 beIN beIN Sports Connect
Singapore Sun, Feb. 19 20:00 SST beIN Sports beIN Sports Connect,
Star Hub Sports+
UK Sun, Feb. 19 12:00 BST  BT Sport 1 BT Sport site/app
USA Sun, Feb. 19 07:00 ET  beIN Sports fuboTV, beIN Sports Connect

UK: BT Sport will carry the match in the UK via its TV and online channels.

USA: PSG vs. LOSC Lille will be televised by beIN Sports, which can be streamed on fuboTV and on beIN’s streaming platform.

Canada: The match will be carried by beIN Sports, which can be streamed live on fuboTV or the beIN Sports Connect platform.

Australia: Fans in Australia can watch the match on beIN Sports and its beIN Sports Connect service.