PSG superstar Neymar was paraded around the pitch at the Parc des Princes before the game following the fruition of his world record from Barcelona.
Back on the pitch, a goal in every half moved the Parisians to triumph in a game they commanded all through.
Marco Verratti had the first exertion of the game inside four minutes as his rising drive flew over the crossbar.
Cavani at that point attempted a somewhat idealistic long-range half-volley after Angel Di Maria headed down a long ball yet again his attempt failed to test Gurtner in the Amiens goal.
The first genuine chance of the game tumbled to Uruguayan, he played a one-two with Di Maria, with the Argentine’s return ball sending the striker through on goal, he took aim but he could just screw his shot wide of the close post under pressure from Cissokho.
Fofana was the following player to undermine, the Amiens midfielder got the ball on the turn 35 yards out and attempted his luck but it flew innocuously wide.
It was surely a moderate start with the two teams moving their way again into competitive action.
Neymar was compelled to watch on from the stands as Unai Emery’s side got off to a triumphant start against little Amiens, a club who secured promotion to the top flight interestingly with truly the last kick of last season. Their total spending plan of €25m represents the wage of PSG’s new star for only half the season.
Addressing the media in the aftermath of a mind boggling introduction, which had whipped the home crowd into a frenzy, he expressed just a single regret.
“I wanted to play but it’ll occur at the correct moment,” he told the media.
All things considered, the visitors prepared themselves well in a cautious way before at long last capitulating to a goal from Edinson Cavani, who pulled out a warning shot to his new South American colleague that he will take some dislodging from becoming the club’s best scorer this season.
In the wake of missing an early chance, the Uruguayan showed a brilliant touch and snappy feet to make space in the box before bobbling a shot past Regis Gurtner in the net. The goal arrived four minutes before the break, with the hosts under threat of having a truly entangled experience against the minnows.
Another goal arrived late on from Javier Pastore, who tapped home a Cavani pass, but it was to a great extent.
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