L’Equipe have been very complimentary about Moise Kean’s performance for Paris Saint-Germain against Bordeaux on Saturday.
The Everton-owned striker, who is on a season-long loan at the Parc des Princes, scored one of the Parisians’ two goals in the 2-2 draw, which prompted some kind words from the respected news outlet.
L’Equipe handed Kean a 7/10 match rating, which was more than Neymar’s 6/10 and also much better than Kylian Mbappe’s 3/10.
To outshine two world class players of that calibre is some achievement for Everton’s £29 million man.
When writing about his performance, L’Equipe described the Italy international as ‘the attacker who defended the most’ – presumably, Carlo Ancelotti will be pleased to hear that Kean paired his goalscoring antics with a committed defensive display.
After the 2-2 draw, the 20-year-old now has six goals in ten appearances for the Ligue 1 champions, which is pretty good considering he only netted twice for the Toffees in the entirety of last season.
As far as beneficial loan spells go, it was smart of Everton to lend Kean to PSG.
He is gaining valuable game-time in the Champions League, while also learning from quality players like the aforementioned Neymar and Mbappe.
After Saturday’s game, in which he outdid them, there’ll probably be a few things they could learn from the Italian too.
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