Paris Saint-Germain squandered the opportunity, but managed to defeat the defending champion Bayern Munich, and lost 0 after an away goal on Tuesday, reaching the UEFA Champions League semi-finals for the second consecutive season.
The Germans were forced to score two goals after surrendering 3-2 at home last week, and after experiencing a lot of panic in the first half, they played a clear advantage.
But without the predator Robert Lewandowski taking the lead, Bayern lacked a blow and was defeated by Eric Maxim Joe in the nearly half of the game against the club that had his pass. Troubled by Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting’s goal.
After losing 1-0 to Bayern in the final last year, PSG is just one step away from their second final in 51-year history, and ambitiously raised the European Cup for the first time.
With a very keen Neymar, PSG can judge him earlier.
The Brazilian star’s goal was overwhelmed three times by goalkeeper Manuel Neuer’s gloves. Neymar also defeated the club with two shots in the first half. In the end, Bayern scored with a header in the 40th minute, ending Bayern’s game.
The Bayern winger continued to generate anxiety, and PSG’s defense made goalkeeper Keylor Navas (Keylor Navas) celestial intervention. When discounting at Princes Park, the Costa Rican stretched out his right hand to repel Leroy Sann’s dangerous cross.
This was Bayern’s last chance in a night, when the German club’s prolific attack paid a high price due to the lack of success due to the uninjured Lewandowski.
Meanwhile, Argentine coach Mauricio Pochettino’s team will face Manchester City or Dortmund in the semifinals.