They play Manchester City next and still have to face RB Leipzig, two teams that beat PSG in last season's Champions League.
Italy's European Championship star goalkeeper, Gianluigi Donnarumma, made his debut for PSG, whose home fans must wait a while longer to see Lionel Messi at Parc des Princes.
Brazil-Argentina qualifier suspended as health officials walk into pitch to remove players who didn't follow COVID rules
The match featuring Argentina's Lionel Messi and Brazil's Neymar was stopped in the 7th minute because of the extraordinary interruption. The referee eventually suspended the game.
Messi's ex-Barcelona team-mate Neymar, who has so far been rested following international duty, is also due to make his first appearance of the season for Paris St-Germain.
Mbappe’s boyhood dream was to play for the Spanish giant, and it might be coming true.
Though Neymar and Messi weren't ready for the game, PSG still had the likes of Kylian Mbappé, Achraf Hakimi and Netherlands midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum.
Both Messi and Neymar started pre-season training late after an extended break following the Copa America -- Messi's Argentina beat Neymar's Brazil 1-0 in the final in Rio de Janeiro on July 11.
The arrival of Georginio Wijnaldum from Liverpool adds much-needed quality in midfield, while Achraf Hakimi was just what they required.
Messi strengthens a glittering attack that includes his friend Neymar, his countryman Angel Di Maria, and France's star striker Kylian Mbappe.
Barcelona said in a statement “it has ended out of court in amicable fashion the various labor and civil litigation cases that were open with the Brazilian player."
Now coach Tite will have to rethink some of his alternatives, as he promised to use Copa America as a testing ground ahead of the World Cup in Qatar.
Brazil seeks its 10th South American title, while Argentina is going for its 15th, which would put it level with record winners Uruguay.
The city has decided to allow a crowd of up to 7,800 people, ten percent of the stadium's full capacity of 78,000.
Like Brazil's Pele and Diego Maradona of Argentina before them, neither Messi nor Neymar has ever won the Copa.
Saturday's game at Maracana Stadium will be between one of the toughest defensive lines to break in world soccer and the protection around one of the best players in history.