Moise Kean played a significant role in Paris Saint-Germain’s 4-0 victory over Dijon FCO. With Mauro Icardi missing the match, it was an opportunity for the 20-year-old to begin pushing for more starts from Les Parisien manager Thomas Tuchel.
The Italy international scored two goals: the first being off a cross from Mitchel Bakker and the second coming from a Neymar assist. After the match, Kean spoke with Canal Plus to discuss his two-goal performance.
“My integration is going well. The group is wonderful, the staff is wonderful. We are working hard to move forward. This week I trained a lot to attack at the near post,” Kean said. “It was important to score. My favorite job? Score goals. I am ready to play anywhere. No matter where the coach puts me, I give everything for the team.”
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