Paris Saint Germain 2-1 Angers: Kylian Mbappe scores late penalty to seal comeback win

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Kylian Mbappe won the match with an 86-minute penalty. Paris St-Germain, Ligue 1 leaders, came back from a goal down and beat Angers at Parc des Princes.

After the referee checked their pitchside monitor, the hosts were given a penalty for handball.

After Danilo Pereira's header brought PSG level, Mbappe was able to find the bottom corner and complete the comeback.

Angelo Fulgini had given away the lead to the visitors in the first period.

Fulgini was tapped in by Sofiane Boufal from her brilliant, low cross just 10 minutes before the break.

Jimmy Cabot had nicked Marco Verratti's ball on the edge in the Angers box, as visitors launched a counter-attack to score.

After the international break, PSG was without South American stars Lionel Messi and Angel di Maria, Leandro Peredes, Neymar and Marquinhos.

Although they failed to score a goal in the first half of the match, Pereira's header off Mbappe’s cross brought them level. Paul Bernardoni was not able to stop Pereira's header.

Mbappe scored the winner of Sunday's Nations League final. He repeated his heroics and beat Bernardoni from penalty spot.

After VAR officials directed the on-field referee, to review Pierrick Capelle’s handball from MauroIcardi's header, the spot-kick was awarded.

Victory sees PSG leap nine points clear at top of Ligue 1 after Rennes' 100% finish before the international break.