The PSG goalkeeper made a few saves that kept PSG in the lead, but if he weren’t so good Bayern would likely be in the lead
PSG showed their strength on the counter In the first attack, PSG have already scored after a bad reaction from Manuel Neuer In the second goal, Neymar knocked out the entire Bayern defense with a pass And it was the chances that PSG had Two shots, two shots on target and two goals
Bayern are the better team tonight, but they have missed most of their chances If Bayern can keep up that pace until the end of the game, the Bavarians may well have a chance to come back
One hour before kickoff: we have queues! No Davies today, Flick starts an unchanged XI of the Leipzig game Hope the boys weren’t too tired
Bayern Munich are back in the Champions League quarter-finals, and this time it’s a rematch against last year’s finalists PSG are formidable opponents, and Hansi Flick faces them with a heavily exhausted team No Robert Lewandowski, no Serge Gnabry What can he do?
Well he might not have a € 300m attack but the coach still has his midfielder With the Parisians missing Verratti, Bayern midfielder will be key to the game Thomas Muller, Leon Goretzka and Joshua Kimmich are arguably the best midfielder in the world right now, but they are obviously tired after the game against Leipzig this weekend Can they pull off a winning performance for Bayern? Or does Hansi Flick have something else up his sleeve?
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