Jota’s first two goals at Anfield came in the absence of supporters, and that’s something of an attacker following Dijon’s victory, Moise Kean’s intensity pleased Paris Saint-Germain coach Thomas Tuchel.
After the forward scored his first Paris Saint-Germain goal in a 4-0 win over Dijon, Thomas Tuchel praised Moise Kean.
Earlier this month, Kean, who had joined PSG on a loan from Paddy, caught a brace on Saturday before Kylian Mbappe stepped out of the bench to score twice as well.
Kean only made six Premier League starts last season with a €27.5 million signing by Juventus in 2019.
Tuchel was delighted with Kean, who made his third club appearance after PSG climbed to the top of the table.
“It brings intensity to our game. It’s his strength to bring intensity. He’s an athletic player,” the PSG coach told Goal News Conference.
“I’m glad he was able to prove it against Nimes and Dijon. It was more difficult for him against Manchester [United], it was a different level. He has shown that he can aid in matches at that stage [against Nimes and Dijon]. We can’t ask him to do too much. He didn’t play a lot at Everton. He’s got to keep improving.”