Mbappe leads Paris Saint-Germain to a useful victory over Bayern Munich

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Bayern Munich suffered an unexpected defeat at the hands of its guest club, Paris Saint-Germain (2-3), this evening, Wednesday.


Within the first leg of the Champions League quarter-final matches, to put himself in a difficult situation before the second leg.



The goals of Paris Saint-Germain were scored by Kylian Mbappe “double” and Marquinhos in the 3, 28 and 68 minutes.



While he scored a double for Bayern Munich in the 37th minute, and Thomas Muller in the 60th minute.



The Bavarian giants were the best and the initiator in the first two minutes.



The first from a powerful shot by Lucas Hernandez that Keylor Navas turned into a corner kick.



The second ball, from a superb header from striker Chubu Muteng, hit the crossbar.



Despite this, the Parisians managed to score on the first opportunity after a quick counter-kick in the Basilica Neymar.



And he passed the ball to Kylian Mbappe, who hit the ball, which goalkeeper Neuer failed to deal with, and it entered the net.



Neymar da Silva sent a new assistant to Marquinhos inside the area, to be kicked into the goal by the latter.


Chubu Muteng scored the goal to reduce the deficit for the hosts from a perfect header in the 37th minute.



Before the end of the first half of the match, Hans Flick made a defensive substitution by entering Boateng at the expense of German Niklas Sule.



And Joshua Kimmich sent a cross from a corner, to elevate Thomas Muller with a powerful header.



But the giant Keylor Navas was on the lookout for Thomas Mueller’s ball.



To end the first half, Paris Saint-Germain scored a two-goal lead over the hosts.



Kingsley Coman tried to shoot from afar against Paris, but his ball went easy for the guest goalkeeper.



With the 60th minute, Bayern scored the equalizer through Thomas Muller’s header.



Who met Joshua Kimmich’s cross with a touch into the goal.



Kylian Mbappe spoiled the score after 9 minutes by scoring the visitors’ third goal, to take the lead again with a shot inside the goal.



The Bavarian giants nearly equalized less than a minute after Motting’s shot went into the hands of Keylor Navas.



Julian Draxler found room to shoot at Neuer from outside the area, to shoot the ball over the bar.



Austrian David Alaba responded with a powerful low shot, which passed by the Parisian goal.



Bimnell Thomas Muller received a cross pass from Kingsley Coman, to shoot at Navas ‘goal, but Paris’ defense changed the course of the ball.



The ball goes outside the field, and the referee blows the final whistle, with the visitors winning 3-2.


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