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Paris Saint Germain suffered their first home league defeat since May 2018 as goals from Hassane Kamara and Boulaye Dia gave Reims a shock 2-0 goals victory at Par des Princes on Wednesday evening.

The league champions were without a host of their key players due to injury and suspension respectively which made them look below their best performance and a rejuvenated Remis capitalized on that to get all the maximum points needed in the match.

The host struggled to get back into the game but seems everything they did wasn’t enough, though they were with their talisman Neymar he could not inspire his team to victory.

Kamara powerfully headed home in the 29th minute before half time, PSG came back in the second half and pile pressure but the defence of the visitors stood firm to resist it.

Boulaye Dia later added a second in the fourth minute of injury time with a spectacular bicycle kick to seal the victory for the away team.

Story By: Mario Rashid Kadiah

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