9:00 AM3 months ago


With one down from the start, PSG beat Le Havre in Ligue 1
8:55 AM3 months ago


Le Havre are rewarded with a free-kick from medium distance. The position is not good for a direct free-kick, so we can expect a cross into the box.
8:54 AM3 months ago


We'll have 4 minutes overtime.
8:52 AM3 months ago


PSG! Goal! Vitinha advanced through the opposing defense and deceived the goalkeeper!
8:48 AM3 months ago


Nabil Alioui takes the corner, but an opposing defender clears the ball safely.
8:45 AM3 months ago


Antoine Joujou is the first to reach the ball on the rebound inside the penalty area and fires a quick shot towards the right corner of the target. One of the defenders makes the save on the goal line instead of the goalkeeper.
8:44 AM3 months ago


Arnau Tenas shows great skill as a goalkeeper as he prevents Nabil Alioui from hitting the rebound low and at point-blank range into the left corner.
8:39 AM3 months ago


Nabil Alioui (Le Havre) can't be surprised. It was the right decision by the referee and it cooled the situation down. I've seen fouls like that even punished with a red.
8:35 AM3 months ago


Vitinha (PSG) tries to set Kylian Mbappe free with a through ball, but Arthur Desmas reacts well and gets out of the way to stop it.
8:35 AM3 months ago


Le Havre have the chance to score from a corner kick, but a defender gets to the ball and clears the danger.
8:35 AM3 months ago


Ousmane Dembele (PSG) left footed shot from the centre of the box is high and wide. The ball is just wide of the left post!
8:35 AM3 months ago


Mohamed Bayo (Le Havre) had time and space in the box after receiving a sweet pass. Too bad his low shot, in the middle of the goal, was saved brilliantly by Arnau Tenas.
8:34 AM3 months ago


Kylian Mbappe (PSG) passes up a great opportunity... he handles the ball well after receiving a low pass and shoots into the stands!
8:34 AM3 months ago


Ball rolling for the second half.
7:50 AM3 months ago


End of first half Le Havre 0-1 PSG
7:47 AM3 months ago


We will have 5 minutes overtime
7:47 AM3 months ago


A good chance for Josué Casimir as he reaches the cross on the edge of the box and fires the ball towards goal! It went wide of the right post.
7:44 AM3 months ago


Yassine Kechta (Le Havre) sends a cross into the box, pushed away by an opponent.
7:38 AM3 months ago


PSG seem to find their rhythm when in possession. Great movement from the attacking players allows the more defensive players to join the attack.
7:38 AM3 months ago


PSG parece encontrar o ritmo ao ter a posse de bola. Ótimos movimentos dos jogadores ofensivos permitem àqueles mais defensivos se juntarem ao ataque.
7:37 AM3 months ago


GOAL! No, wait, the shot was disallowed for offside. Kylian Mbappe (PSG) doesn't agree, but the assistant referee is convinced of his decision.
7:28 AM3 months ago


Kylian Mbappe recebe um ótimo cruzamento dentro da área feito por Ousmane Dembele (PSG), mas um dos defensores intercepta a jogada com bravura.


7:27 AM3 months ago


PSG! Ousmane Dembele lays the ball off to Kylian Mbappe on the edge of the box and he hits the right corner with a great shot. The score is 0:1.
7:25 AM3 months ago


That was easy for Arthur Desmas. Kylian Mbappe (PSG) received the pass and found space to finish, but his low shot across goal was straight into the keeper's gloves.
7:17 AM3 months ago


Substitution for red card. Bradley Barcola (PSG) leaves the field and is replaced by Arnau Tenas.
7:16 AM3 months ago


That's not right. This has nothing to do with soccer and fouls like this should be punished by the soccer associations. Gianluigi Donnarumma (PSG) is shown the red card for a bad foul.
7:10 AM3 months ago


Substituição. Fabian Ruiz (PSG) não pode continuar devido à contusão e Manuel Ugarte o substitui.
7:09 AM3 months ago


Gautier Lloris is the first to reach the ball on the rebound inside the penalty area and fires a quick, low shot towards the middle of the goal. One of the defenders makes the save on the goal line instead of the goalkeeper.
7:07 AM3 months ago


Le Havre show great movement. The players are controlling possession and exchanging first-time passes. They are dictating the pace of the game.
7:06 AM3 months ago


Ball rolling for PSG v Le Havre
6:57 AM3 months ago


After securing six clean sheets in 13 games in Ligue 1, Le Havre goalkeeper Arthur Desmas is on a par with PSG's star goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma. He'll have to keep an eye on PSG striker Gonçalo Ramos from the start, as Ramos has scored before half-time in all but three of the last 16 matches in which he's scored.
6:50 AM3 months ago

Le Havre vs PSG predictions and previews - PSG wins

With a far superior performance, PSG are the favorites to win today's match.
Le Havre, despite playing at home, have very poor attacking numbers and are unlikely to score. On the other hand, the visitors have the best attack in the competition and have a good chance of scoring more than two goals.
6:41 AM3 months ago


PSG are in 1st place in Ligue 1 with 30 points. The club has 9 wins, 3 draws and 1 loss, as well as 34 goals scored and 11 goals conceded.
Their last match was in the Champions League and ended in a 1-1 draw with Newcastle at home.
6:39 AM3 months ago

Le Havre

Le Havre are in 8th place in Ligue 1 with 16 points. The club has 3 wins, 7 draws and 3 defeats, as well as 12 goals scored and 13 goals conceded.
Their last match ended in a goalless draw away to Nantes.
6:29 AM3 months ago

Le Havre vs PSG history

The two clubs have met 20 times, with Le Havre winning 3, PSG drawing 5 and PSG winning 12. The most recent match ended in a 2-0 home win for PSG.
6:27 AM3 months ago

Le Havre xi

Desmas, Youte, Lloris, Sangante, Operi, Nego, Kuziaev, Toure, Kechta, Casimir, Bayo
6:24 AM3 months ago


Donnarumma - Hakimi, Danilo, Mukiele - Soler, Ruiz, Vitinha, Lee - Dembélé, Mbappé, Barcola


6:19 AM3 months ago

Stade Oceane

Le Havre host Paris Saint-Germain on Sunday (3) in the 14th round of the Italian league. The ball will roll from 9am (Brasilia time) at the Stade Océane in Le Havre, with Star+ broadcasting.
6:14 AM3 months ago


One hour to go until PAG vs. Lea Haver
6:09 AM3 months ago

Where and how to watch Le Havre vs PSG on TV in real time?

Le Havre - PSG

Ligue 1

Date: December 3, 2023

Time: 08 am ET

Venue: Stade Océane, Le Havre, France

Broadcast: ESPN (closed TV) and Star+ (streaming).

6:04 AM3 months ago

When is the Le Havre vs PSG match, how to watch it LIVE and in real time?

The match between Le Havre and PSG will kick off at 08 am ET at the Stade Océane in Le Havre, France, in the 14th round of Ligue 1 2023/24. You can watch it all here on VAVEL Brasil.
5:59 AM3 months ago

PSG's probable line-up:

PSG's probable line-up: Donnarumma; Hakimi, Skriniar, Lucas Hernández, Mukiele; Ugarte, Fabian, Vitinha; Asensio; Gonçalo Ramos, Mbappé. 
5:54 AM3 months ago

Le Havre's probable line-up:

Le Havre's probable line-up: Desmas; Sangante, Kinkoue, Lloris, Operi; Nego, Kuzyayev, Touré, Joujou; Alioui; Logbo. 
5:49 AM3 months ago

Le Havre

Returning to the elite of French soccer this season, Le Havre currently sit in 8th place with 16 points, close to the top of the table. Unbeaten for five games, they are coming off two 0-0 draws with Nantes and Monaco, after beating Toulouse 2-1 away from home. Before that, they drew 0-0 with Metz and by the same scoreline with Lens.
5:44 AM3 months ago

PSG Lead!

PSG lead the competition with 30 points, just one ahead of second-placed Nice. Playing in the Champions League, they are coming off a 1-1 draw with Newcastle, after beating Monaco 5-2 in the head-to-head. Before that, they beat Brest 3-0 and lost 2-1 to AC Milan in the continental competition.
5:39 AM3 months ago


Ligue 1 leaders PSG showed on the last matchday that they are a very tough team to beat in the race for the league title. Facing Monaco, third in the table, PSG gave their opponents no chance and won 5-2, with goals from five different players. Led by Mbappé, the team from the capital have only lost once in Ligue 1 so far, to second-placed Nice. Just one point separates the top two in the competition, and PSG are looking to continue their winning streak, which has now lasted two months, or six games.

None of the players who have been out through injury are expected to make a return against Le Havre. Defender Presnel Kimpembe is the closest to returning to the field, but the date is still uncertain. Nuno Mendes and Warren Zaire-Emery should return early next year. Brazilian defender Marquinhos is another who will continue to undergo treatment.

Foto: PSG
Foto: PSG


5:34 AM3 months ago

Le Havre

Le Havre are going through an unstable period in Ligue 1, having drawn four of their last five games. Despite this, they are in eighth place in the standings with 16 points. The team from the north of France have drawn seven of their 13 games so far, the most of any Ligue 1 club.

Ligue 2 champions last season, Le Havre are back in the top flight of French soccer for the first time since 2009, when they were relegated after just one season in the top flight. The club's main objective now is to remain among the country's greats for more than one season.

The best-known player in the squad, Ghana's André Ayew, who has played in three World Cups for his national team, will be missing for Le Havre against PSG. A recent arrival at the club, he made his debut on the last matchday against Nantes and was sent off after just two minutes on the pitch. 

5:29 AM3 months ago


The match between Le Havre and PSG is valid for the 14th round of Ligue 1 2023/24.

Le Havre and PSG face each other this Sunday morning (3), starting at 9am (Brasília), at the Stade Océane, in Le Havre, in a match valid for the 14th round of Ligue 1 2023/24. The match will be broadcast live on ESPN on free-to-air TV and on Star+ streaming.

Le Havre are on a five-match unbeaten run, but have drawn seven times in Ligue 1. The club are eighth in the table with 16 points after 13 games.

PSG, on the other hand, are on a run of six consecutive wins in the domestic competition, which has seen them take the lead on 30 points.

The match takes place in the French Ligue 1 championship on December 3, 2023 at the Stade Océane in Le Havre, France.

5:24 AM3 months ago

Welcome to the Le Havre - PSG live stream

Hello, soccer lovers! It's now time for a crucial Ligue 1 match between two teams: Le Havre on one side. On the other is PSG. Follow everything about the duel between the teams here, in real time on VAVEL Brasil.
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