While football fans are waiting to see Barca at the Camp Nou, they relive the memories of 2017 when they beat Paris Saint-Germain in the second leg of the 16th round with 6-1. The Parisian team turned the tables and the scales despite the absence in its ranks.
The logic was referring to the victory of Barca thanks to the brilliance of Messi and Dembele recently and the return of Becky from injury, but football does not know the logic at all, despite the absence of Neymar da Silva and Angel Di Maria from Barcelona due to injury, but the attack of the Parisian team broke its fangs. Led by the French deer, Kylian Mbappe.
In the first turn in the match, the referee awarded a penalty kick for Barcelona in the 26th minute, due to the interference of PSG defender Kimembe, against Frenkie de Jong inside the penalty area, and set about implementing it by Lionel Messi, where he fired with force above the left of goalkeeper Navas.
After just five minutes, Kylian Mbappe scored the equalizing goal for Paris Saint-Germain in the 32nd minute, as he received a pass from Verratti into the area, dodging Barcelona defender Lenglet before he shot the upper left of Barca goalkeeper Ter Stegen.
Mbappe returned to score the second goal for Paris Saint-Germain in the 64th minute. The start came with a ball inside the area and reached Florenzi, who passed it across the cross, but Ter Stegen pushed it away to reach Mbappe’s foot, who shot directly into the net.
Moise Keane scored the third goal for Paris Saint-Germain in the 70th minute, as Paredes implemented an indirect free kick from outside the area, and sent a two-cross ball to Kane, who fired strongly at the left of Barcelona goalkeeper Ter Stegen.
Mbappe fired a bullet of mercy in the heart of Barcelona and scored his third personal goal in the match, and the fourth for his team in the 85th minute, where he received a pass from his colleague Draxler and shot the far left of Ter Stegen, to put the PSG ahead in the quarter-finals.
In this match, we could have seen many goals, especially on the part of the Parisian team, had it not been for the goalkeeper Ter Stegen’s brilliance on many occasions due to the weary and worn-out defense of the Blaugrana.
The match recorded that the absence of Di Maria and Neymar had no effect on the PSG And, perhaps, their presence would have negatively affected the team, especially the brilliant star Kylian Mbappe, who found complete freedom in the foreground in the absence of Neymar.
Here are some of the achievements of the BSG tonight:
– Paris Saint-Germain is the first French team to beat Barça at the Camp Nou in the Champions League.
– Mbappe is the first Parisian player to score a hat-trick against Barcelona.