Neymar scores on his debut as PSG defeat Guingamp 3-0

Neymar scores on his debut as PSG defeat Guingamp 3-0

Neymar scores on his debut as PSG defeat Guingamp 3-0

Neymar's Paris Saint-Germain career got off to a stunning start on Sunday as he scored one and created another in a 3-0 win at Guingamp.

Cavani returned the favour with a ideal cut-back, and Neymar poked the ball home eight minutes from time.

The Brazil star took his place on the left-hand side of a front three alongside Cavani and Angel Di Maria and looked lively throughout against opponents who were happy to sit deep and defend in numbers until PSG found a breakthrough thanks to Jordan Ikoko's freakish own goal.

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Goals from Cavani, Neymar and an own goal from Jordan Ikoko gave the French giants a comfortable win against Guingamp. Neymar then span a ball in for Marquinhos whose header came back off the post (35').

With Unai Emery's side already leading 1-0 thanks to Jordan Ikoko's weird own goal, Neymar assisted Edinson Cavani with a wonderful pass before the roles were reversed eight minutes from time for the Brazilian to tap home.

The lead was doubled 10 minutes later as Neymar played in Cavani with a well-weighted pass and the Uruguayan made no mistake from close range. Cavani usually would have gone alone from there.

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And the most expensive footballer on the planet was not done there as he tapped home into an empty net with eight minutes remaining following good work from Cavani.

Falcao scored twice before the break and once after to take his tally to four goals in two games, while Jemerson netted another.

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