Paris Saint-Germain excludes Bayern Munich from the Champions League and qualifies for the semi-finals

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Bayern Munich said farewell to the European Champions League, despite its victory over Paris Saint-Germain, with a free goal, in the exciting confrontation that brought them together on Tuesday evening, at the “Princes Garden” in the quarter-final second leg of the competition in the current season 2020-2021. , To decide the French capital club qualified for the semi-finals.

Paris Saint-Germain booked its seat in the semi-finals of the current version of the Champions League with the aggregate of the two matches 3-3, after its victory over Bayern Munich in the three-to-two go-go match in an exciting match held at the “Allianz Arena” last Wednesday, to benefit the PS. G from the rule of calculating the goal with two goals away from home in the event of a tie.

Maxim Chubu Moting scored the goal of Bayern Munich in the 40th minute of the match, and the Cameroonian scored more goals in two matches in the Champions League against Paris Saint-Germain (2) than he scored in 10 matches with them in the competition (1).

The crossbar prevented a goal by Brazilian star Neymar da Silva in the 37th minute of the match after a powerful shot after great dribbling, and two minutes later, the post also blocked a goal from Neymar after a shot to the left of goalkeeper Manuel Neuer inside the penalty area.

Bayern Munich player David Alaba set a record after his participation with the Bavarian team against Paris Saint-Germain, and the “Opta” network, the capital, which specializes in statistics and records, stated that Alaba equaled the number registered in the name of French star Franck Ribery, as the most non-German player to compete in matches in All tournaments in Bayern Munich’s history, with 425 matches each.

Alaba and Ribery outperform Bosnian Hassan Salih Hamidic III with 365 matches, then Peruvian Claudio Pizarro 327 games, and finally Dutchman Arien Robben, who scored his appearance in 309 games.

Bayern Munich played the Paris Saint-Germain meeting with the following formation: Goalkeeper: Manuel Neuer / Defense line: Boateng, Lucas Hernandez, Pavard, Davis / Midfield: Kimmich, Alaba, Leroy Sani, Muller, Coman / Offensive line: Chubu Moting.

On the other hand, Paris Saint-Germain played with the following formation: Goalkeeper: Keylor Navas / Defense line: Kimbembe, Dagba, Diallo, Danilo / Midfield: Gaia, Paredes, Draxler, Di Maria / Offensive line: Neymar, Kylian Mbappe.

Paris Saint-Germain is scheduled to meet in the semi-finals, with the winner of Manchester City and Borussia Dortmund, where the last two will meet on Wednesday evening, noting that the first-leg match ended in favor of City 2-1 at the “Al Ittihad” stadium.

Bayern Munich missed striker Robert Lewandowski in today’s match, as well as Gnabry, Zolle, Toleso and Douglas Costa, and Leon Goretzka missed the match due to suffering from a muscle injury.

It is worth noting that the two teams met in the final of the last edition, which saw Bayern crown the title at the expense of Paris Saint-Germain after defeating them with a goal without a response.



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