Ligue 1 clash between PSG and Strasbourg at the Parc des Princes in Paris.
Mbappe scored in the dying minutes of the added time as PSG take a well-earned win. Reduced to 10 men in the 62nd minute after Neymar’s red, Paris was pushed to the wall but it was Mbappe yet again to save the day.
Paris St Germain captain Marquinhos scored at both ends against Racing Strasbourg before Kylian Mbappe’s penalty secured the League’s leader a 2-1 victory.
Marquinhos opened the scoring by breaking free from his marker and headed in Neymar’s cross after 14 minutes.
The Brazilian defender, however, deflected Adrien Thomasson’s cross into his own net in the 51st minute to leave the scores level.
Neymar received his marching orders in the 62nd minute at Parc des Princes after picking up two bookings in two minutes, the first for a foul and then a second for diving a minute later.
Ten days after Mbappe’s hopes of becoming a two-time World Cup winner were dashed after 2018 champions France were beaten by Argentina in the Qatar final, the 24-year-old was on target again as he converted a penalty six minutes into stoppage time after being pulled inside the box.
PSG continues to reign supreme at the top of the table with 44 points from 16 games while Strasbourg is one away from the bottom with a solitary win.