Thanks in particular to a double from Kylian Mbappé, PSG managed a big blow by dominating Bayern Munich (3-2) Wednesday in the quarter-final first leg of the Champions League. Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea, for their part, dominated FC Porto (2-0).
Bayern Munich-PSG: 2-3
(Choupo-Moting 37th, Müller 60th / Mbappé 3rd and 68th, Marquinhos 28th)
PSG struck a big blow in Germany. By winning Wednesday on the field of Bayern Munich (3-2) in the quarter-final first leg of the Champions League, in a revenge of the final of the last edition, the capital club sent a strong message. Without Marco Verratti, tested positive for the coronavirus, the Parisians have taken the lead thanks to Kylian Mbappé and Marquinhos. Before being caught on goals from Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting and Thomas Müller. But Paris knew how to show character.
And be surgical. After a masterful counterattack, Mbappé came to offer victory to his family. “It’s a great collective performance above all, I manage to benefit from the great collective work. I like this kind of games, it didn’t always smile on me but I’m not here to hide, I like to play this kind of match and to be decisive “, relished the man of the match at the microphone of RMC Sport. The return match is scheduled for next Tuesday at the Parc des Princes.
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(Mount 32nd, Chilwell 85th)
“The result is excellent, of course. It was a very difficult game, against a very difficult Porto team to play, with great individuals, a proud club and a proud and passionate team. There were many moments when we At times we had a good game, at others we suffered, we were not well positioned, but the mood was good and it’s an excellent result. “
Thomas Tuchel could have a smile on BT Sport. His Chelsea team took a big step towards the last four of the Champions League by dominating FC Porto (2-0) in a quarter-final first leg which was not played in Portugal but in Seville for health reasons. The young English attacking midfielder Mason Mount showed the way for his people in a very good sequence, then Ben Chilwell was responsible for making the break at the end of the game.