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UCL: PSG vs Bayern Munich

PSG vs Bayern Munich

The first leg of the UEFA Champion League quarter-finals between Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich took place with little expectation. Moreover, it is worth mentioning that Gray Lobster shot himself in the foot with 3 goals at home. The score 2-3 in the first leg is an extremely difficult barrier for coach Hans-Dieter Flick's army to overcome in this return, especially when they are faced with a burning Paris Saint-Germain. enemy.

PSG vs Bayern Munich

Paris Saint-Germain - UEFA Champions League 

Maybe the loss in the first leg against Paris Saint-Germain is still tied to Bayern Munich. The proof is that back in the domestic league, the home team of Allianz Arena did not play well and let Union Berlin hold a 1-1 draw at home. Unstable sentiment can make the final hopes of the German representative go to smoke.

The disadvantage of Bayern Munich is too great when it has lost 2-3 at the Allianz Arena. The Bavarian team need to win with a difference of at least 2 goals away from the field to continue. That is considered utopia. Simply because at the present time, scoring against Paris Saint-Germain has been difficult, let alone winning. Bayern Munich will need to try to be the first to do so and find fragile hope with a ticket to the semi-finals.

Bayern Munich - UEFA Champions League

Paris Saint-Germain is currently the top candidate for the championship in all the leagues they are participating in. The French giant still has the opportunity to win the first 3 on the European level in history. With superman Mbappe in the squad, nothing is impossible. He also just scored 1 goal against Strasbourg in the domestic arena.

The French striker is also very eager to score in the UEFA Champion League arena. Despite winning 3-2 on away field in the first leg, maybe coach Mauricio Pochettino will still launch the strongest squad for the second leg against Bayern Munich. Because Paris Saint-Germain himself is the team that best understands the consequences of subjectivity.