They are eligible to be knocked out in the UEFA Champions League
Manchester.- Gabriel Jesús completed Manchester City’s comeback on Wednesday, beating Paris Saint-Germain 2-1 and ensuring they are ranked first among the 16 teams in the UEFA Champions League.
The conflict between the two richest teams in the game appeared in the 50th minute, when Kelian Mbappé placed Paris Saint-Germain in a match between Lionel Messi and Neymar. To the front.
Paris Saint-Germain locked their tickets for second in Group B after Leipzig defeated Bruges 5-0.
Neymar missed another chance to give Paris Saint-Germain lead, Bernardo Silva served Gabriel Jesus. Kyle Navas won the match in the 76th minute.
City had the advantage of defining the first half, but Raheem Sterling extended his left leg to hit Kyle Walker with the ball. The goal was scored in the 63rd minutes.