Mauricio Pochettino suffered his first defeat answerable for Paris Saint-Germain as they have been overwhelmed 3-2 by Lorient on Sunday.
Neymar’s two penalties had cancelled out Laurent Abergel’s opener because the French champions seemed set to reclaim high spot in Ligue 1.
Nonetheless, Yoane Wissa equalised with 10 minutes remaining, earlier than Terem Moffi gained it for Lorient in injury-time.
Pochettino had gained 4 of his first 5 matches since changing Thomas Tuchel as PSG boss initially of the month.
However this weekend’s defeat leaves PSG in third place following wins from Lyon and leaders Lille.
Pochettino, who signed a one-and-a-half-year deal at PSG, might discover himself below strain if he doesn’t information the membership to the Ligue 1 title this season.
On high of that, PSG have a Champions League last-16 tie towards Barcelona on the horizon.
Pochettino’s son, Maurizio, left Tottenham to hitch Watford on a everlasting switch on the identical day.
The 19-year-old joined the Spurs academy from Southampton in 2017 when his dad was bossing the north London membership.
A Tottenham assertion learn: “We now have reached settlement with Championship aspect Watford for the switch of Maurizio Pochettino.
“Having joined our academy as a schoolboy, the winger went full-time with our Beneath-18s in 2017 and featured within the first ever soccer match at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in March, 2019, as our kids defeated Southampton in a Check Occasion.
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“Maurizio stepped as much as Improvement Squad stage in the summertime of 2019 and made eight appearances within the Premier League 2 throughout the first half of the present season, scoring in a 3-2 win at Blackburn Rovers.
“Everybody on the membership needs Maurizio all the perfect for the longer term.”