PSG-Manchester City: supporters are increasing the pressure in the city

A few hours before the kickoff of the semi-final first leg of the Champions League between PSG and Manchester City (9 p.m., on RMC Sport 1), Parisian supporters deployed several banners in Paris to show their support for the players.

A few hours before the kick-off of the semi-final first leg of the Champions League between PSG and Manchester City (9 p.m., to be continued on RMC Sport 1), the pressure is mounting in Paris. PSG supporters are using the means at their disposal to show their support for the players ahead of this first act which will take place at the Parc des Princes this Wednesday evening.

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The Collectif Ultras Paris (CUP), the main group of Parisian supporters, has displayed several banners to encourage players near the stadium. We can in particular see one with the inscription “shine for the city of light” with the Parc des Princes in the background.

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In a statement released on Monday, the group of supporters invited PSG supporters to dress the city of Paris in the club’s colors, in red and blue. This Wednesday morning, the Collective Ultras Paris began the festivities, especially around the ring road.

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The atmosphere should rise when the Parisian bus leaves

Limited by the ban on entering the stands of the Parc des Princes, PSG supporters have planned to support players leaving the hotel. As in the quarter-final second leg against Bayern Munich, PSG fans should set the tone and cheer on the players leaving the bus for the last game of this Champions League home campaign.

Facing the Bavarians, the supporters had concocted a superb tifo on three stands with the inscription “Go Paris”. A fireworks display had been fired a few seconds after the kick-off to close the show. For the third semi-final in its history, PSG will try to get into a good position before moving to the Etihad Stadium next week, Tuesday, May 4, for the return match.

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