PARIS (AP) Paris Saint-Germain's new goalkeeper Kevin Trapp made two costly mistakes as the French champions dropped their first French league points of the season in a 2-2 home draw with Bordeaux on Friday.
Trapp, who joined from Eintracht Frankfurt, was at fault on both Bordeaux's goals at the Parc des Princes as PSG twice failed to hold onto its lead after Edinson Cavani scored a brace.
Trapp fumbled a corner on Bordeaux's first equalizer, then gave the ball away to Wahbi Khazri 12 minutes from time, allowing the Bordeaux playmaker to make it 2-2 in an empty net.
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PSG won its first four games and leads with 13 points, 7 more than Bordeaux, which played the final 13 minutes with 10 men following Henri Saivet's dismissal for a second yellow card.
PSG coach Laurent Blanc refused to blame his German goalkeeper, instead criticizing the lack of technical quality in his team.
''We did not play a great match tonight ... we gave the ball away too often in the first half,'' Blanc said. ''The Bordeaux keeper also made a mistake. It proves that `keepers make mistakes.''
Blanc gave Angel Di Maria his first PSG start since joining from Manchester United but the Argentina winger was not incisive enough to create a real danger.
Cavani opened the scoring in the 27th with a half-volley from close range before Trapp was caught off guard by a corner and Saivet leveled with a header as PSG conceded its first goal this season.
Cavani restored PSG's lead with a curled free kick in the 34th and the hosts looked set to claim their fifth consecutive league win ahead of Tuesday's Champions League opener against Malmo until Trapp failed to clear the ball properly from a back pass