Paris Saint-Germain beat Atletico Madrid 3-2 [VIDEO] at the Singapore National Stadium, Kallang, Singapore, on Monday, July 30, 2018. The match was played as a part of the 2018 International Champions Cup.

Paris Saint-Germain will be striving to come back after back to back [VIDEO]losses against Bayern Munich and Arsenal. The French club, in fact, conceded eight goals in total in those two matches.

The glorious points for PSG in the last game were that the side did succeed to have a 44 percent possession of the ball and Christopher Nkunku's penalty kick which saw the back of the net. Except for this, it was a completely disastrous show from Paris Saint-Germain, a side which has now suffered two continuous defeats and has been outscored 2-8 through these games.

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While one can argue that these games are pre-season friendlies and that the full strength squad hasn't yet played, but you can walk into a season with such an awful show in the preparatory matches. Paris Saint-Germain must get a morale lift with Ligue 1 matches starting in a couple of weeks time.

Atletico Madrid looks for some gains before the season opener

On the other hand, Atletico Madrid started their campaign in the International Champions Cup with a triumph over Arsenal.

The match had gone into the penalty shootout, which was won by the Spanish giants 3-1, following a 1-1 draw.

In the win, Atletico Madrid managed to keep the ball for a mere 39 percent of the game and Luciano Vietto scored a goal during the allotted 90 minutes. Atletico Madrid has now returned with an emphatic finish in all of its previous five games and has scored two or more goals in each of its previous four matches.

Atletico Madrid holds a definite interval advantage for this clash with four days off and should prefer the offensive swing this club has discovered. Atletico Madrid is in ample satisfying form with several preseason games still to be played.

The last time these two clubs met each was way back in the 2009 Emirates Cup, a game that had ended with a scoreline of a 1-1 draw.