Lionel Messi scored twice as Paris St-Germain came from behind to beat RB Leipzig in the Champions League.
Kylian Mbappe put the hosts ahead, slamming into the bottom corner on the counter-attack.
But Andre Silva and Nordi Mukiele scored from Angelino crosses to put the German side ahead.
Messi had a shot tipped onto the post and tapped the rebound into an empty net – and then scored a Panenka penalty to win the game.
PSG won a penalty deep into injury time, but instead of Messi stepping up for a hat-trick, Mbappe took it instead – and skied it over the bar.
Mbappe, who had scored his previous 11 spot-kicks for PSG, said he told Messi to take the first penalty. “It’s normal, it’s respect,” the France forward said.
“He’s the best player in the world, it’s a privilege he plays with us, I’ve always said it. There’s a penalty, he takes it, period. For the second, he said, ‘Take it’.”
The French side go above Manchester City to the top of Champions League Group A on seven points.
Messi’s three goals since joining PSG as a free agent this summer have come in the Champions League, with the Argentine also netting in their 2-0 win over City.