On Saturday, Kurzawa made his second consecutive start for PSG since the failed transfer and against Montpellier HSC at the Parc des Princes, the Frenchman scored a very difficult goal to put PSG up 5-0.
Sure, the goal came late in the game and against a team already playing with a man down, but take nothing away from Kurzawa’s skill. The left-back has always been more comfortable going forward than defending, so this match was tailor-made for him.
With Juan Bernat out due to injury, manager Thomas Tuchel will need to rely on Kurzawa to play meaningful minutes so this goal will go a long way to boost his confidence after spending all January wondering where he might play the rest of the season.
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