Munich Germany) – There was a lot at stake at the Allianz Arena, as Bayern Munich defeated and eliminated Paris Saint-Germain in the second leg of the last 16 of the Champions League. The Germans, led by Nagelsmann, reached the quarter-finals, defeating 2-0 Battleship Galtier, who now risks his place on the bench. After winning 1-0 in Paris (a goal from Koeman), the Bavarian side deservedly beat Messi, Mbappe and their teammates again tonight thanks to second-half goals from Choupo-Moting and Gnabry. Good direction of the match by Italian referee Daniele Orsato.
Paris Saint-Germain coach Christophe Galtier speaks to Canal+: “We didn’t unlock the achievement when we had the chance. We did well in the first half, and we felt we could compete with our opponents, but we squandered our chances.“.
Donnarumma: “We’re upset”
Gianluigi Donnarumma, the Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper, speaks to Sky Sport after the elimination: “The Champions League is like that, it’s details and we should have done more in the first half. With an error in your reception of goals, it is a huge disappointment, we are angry and disappointed. We must look forward, we have the championship and we must not leave anything on the street“.
Bayern captain Thomas Muller to Dozen:In a game like this, there are always moments when you have to suffer and have a bit of luck. We were more careful defending in the second half. We played better and deserved to win in the end“.
Danilo, PSG defender, spoke to Canal + Mics after the elimination: “Unfortunately, Bayern was too strong. We had chances in the first half, we didn’t take them, and in this Champions League it makes things difficult. It’s hard to come out like this, but this is the Champions League. Bayern is a physical team, they have won many duels. We lost a lot tonight and that made it difficult. I can not Talk“.
The best of the match
Bayern Munich captain Thomas Müller has been named “Man of the Match” by UEFA. In justification it is noted that “He was all over the place, had a great part in the first goal and is a real team leader“.
90 ‘+5’ The match ends: Bayern are in the quarter-finals of the Champions League
Orsato blows his whistle: Bayern Munich defeated Paris Saint-Germain 2-0 and qualified for the quarter-finals of the Champions League. In the first leg, in Paris, Nagelsmann’s men won 1-0. Excluding Messi and Mbappe.
90′ + 4′ Mane scored for Bayern Munich, but was offside
The trio of owners, signed by Mane, were thwarted by a millimeter of offside from the former Liverpool striker himself.
89 ‘ Double Bayern Munich: the accounts are closed
Newcomer Gnabry, who was served by Cancelo, darted to the edge of the offside and beat Donnarumma with his left foot. Bayern lead 2-0 now: qualification to the quarter-finals is safe.
86′ More changes at the Allianz Arena
Two substitutes in Bayern Munich: Cancelo and Gnabry replace Mueller and Koeman.
82′ Saint-Germain’s chance
Sergio Ramos narrowly missed the equalizer: the ball hit the post of Sommer.
81′ New substitutions at the Allianz Arena
Vitina and Nuno Mendes leave Paris Saint-Germain, to be replaced by Ikitake and Bernat. But in Bayern, Musiala comes out, giving way to Mane.
80′ Paris Saint-Germain is unbalanced, Bayern Munich dominates
PSG is lopsided in search of a draw, but unable to bite. Bayern easily overwhelms the French and then from time to time tries to make offensive forays.
76′ Substitution at Paris Saint-Germain: Fabian Ruiz exit
The third change in Paris Saint-Germain: the former Napolitan Fabian Ruiz was replaced by Zaire Emery, who turns 17 today.
68′ Substitution for the first time for Bayern Munich
Choupo Moting, author of the Bavarian goal, is out, and Sane is entering. This is the first change in the match for the hosts.
64′ Sommer is a miracle in Ramos
The guests are one step away from the equalizer: Sergio Ramos flies high with a header and shoots into the net, Sommer miraculously saves Bayern’s goal with a jump.
61′ Goal from Bayern Munich: Good this time
Bayern, who are playing better than PSG in the second half, are leading: Verratti loses the ball on the edge of his own area under the pressure of Goretzka, who sends Choupo-Moting. Touching the grid is easy. Bayern leads 1-0.
52′ Bayern scored a goal, but it was offside
Choupo-Moting scored a header, but the referee, Ursato, canceled a signal from Far Irati. Active offside by Müller was decisive when he touched the ball, affecting Donnarumma’s potential save.
The second half of Bayern-BCG begins
She’s out for the second 45 minutes of the game. There is a sudden change in Paris: Mukele, who replaced Marquinhos in the 36th minute, was replaced in turn by Picciapo.
45′ + 2′ The first half ended at the Allianz Arena: 0-0
Referee Orsato blows the whistle at the end of the first half: The score between Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain is fixed at 0-0. At the moment, the Bavarians had qualified for the Champions League quarter-finals by virtue of a 1-0 first-leg win in Paris on February 14th.
46′ There are two minutes of extra time
The fourth official reported Mariani for two minutes of extra time in the first half.
38′ Psg is one step away from goal after a foul by Sommer
Sommer fiddles who, squeezing, loses the ball with his feet and slips: Vitinha kicks into the empty net, but weakly, and De Ligt makes saves skating over the white line.
35′ Problems for Marquinhos
Marquinhos stops with a rib problem, which he has already suffered from recently: the former Roma player and PSG captain cannot succeed and is replaced by Mukiele.
32 ‘ New save by Donnarumma
Bayern almost took the lead with a great display by Musiala, who controls with his right foot and kicks with his left foot: Bavarian No. 42’s close-range shot was deflected by the very alert Donnarumma.
25′ A golden opportunity for Messi
Mbappe serves Messi, who finds himself in the German zone in front of Sumer: the Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper, a little unbalanced, tries to finish the game four times, but the Bayern defense manages to avoid the danger with a little luck.
16′ Bayern’s first shot
Donnarumma skillfully blocked a difficult shot from Bayern Munich’s Goretzka.
13′ A try by Mbappe
Another attacking sortie by PSG against Mbappe: the French striker collided with Sommer, who lost the ball. Mbappe shoots on goal, but Ursato has already stopped play for an attack on the Bayern goalkeeper.
11′ Paris Saint-Germain continues to push
The first minutes are under pressure from Paris Saint-Germain, while Bayern is trying to launch quick counterattacks. A sly cross from Hakimi crosses the entire Sommer penalty area: no team-mate reaches the other side and the ball exits from below.
2′ first flash from PSG
Penetration from the left by Mbappe, who shoots obliquely: a central trajectory and the ball is fired by Sommer.
The match between Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain begins
Referee Orsato starts the match: first ball for the Paris Saint-Germain guests.
All Italian referees in Monaco
The referee of the match between Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain is Daniele Orsato, with the assistance of referees Ciro Carboni and Alessandro Gellattini. The other members of the team of referees are also Italian: the fourth official is Maurizio Mariani, the Farr is Massimiliano Irrati and the Farr assistant is Paolo Valeri.
Nagelsmann: “The first 20 minutes were decisive”
Bayern coach Julian Nagelsmann spoke to Dazn before the match: “It will be interesting to see how Paris approaches the match. I suppose he will pressure us more than he did in the first half in Paris. The first 20 minutes will set the tone for the match“.
Lots of French fans in the stands
Paris Saint-Germain, who must try to overturn a 1-0 away loss in the first leg, will be able to count on the support of the 4,000 Paris fans who will be in the stands of the Allianz Arena.
The official lineups for the match
Bayern Munich (4-2-3-1): summer; Stanisic, De Ligt, Uppecano, Davies; Goretzka, Kimmich; Musiala, Müller, Koeman; Chubu Moting. Coach: Nagelsmann.
Paris Saint-Germain (3-5-2): Donnarumma; Danilo, Ramos, Marquinhos; Hakimi, Vitina, Fabian Ruiz, Verratti, Nuno Mendes; Messi, Mbappe. Coach: Galtier.
Allianz Arena, Munich
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