Nigerian forward, Teremas Igoboras Moffi was the match-winner for bottom side Lorient as he came off the bench in the second half to condemn Paris Saint German to their fifth league loss of the campaign, and new coach Pocchettino’s first, following their 3-2 win on Sunday, reports.


Having scored in his last four league outings, the 21-year-old was surprisingly dropped to the bench with Adrian Grbic leading the line for the hosts against a star-studded PSG side.


But despite the gulf in class and playing personnel, the hosts shockingly took the lead after the half-hour mark when Laurent Abergel made the most of a half-chance he got to open the scoring before Brazilian starboy Neymar levelled matters at the dot of half time from the spot.


Neymar then converted his brace after the restart when he scored from yet another penalty kick in the 58th minute before the hosts turned to the bench with a triple change with Moffi also introduced.


Yoann Wisaa then equalized with 10 minutes left on the clock before Terem Moffi shocked PSG when he raced more than half the length of the pitch in added time and calmly slot the ball past Sergio Rico and seal all three points for the hosts.


The win momentarily moves Lorient out of the automatic relegation zone with Moffi taking his tally to 6 goals from 15 games this season.