Bayern Munich was once again Messi’s nightmare in the Champions League; eliminated with PSG

The Uefa Champions League gave continuity to the second leg games of the round of 16 this Wednesday, March 8, with the definition of the most striking key between the Bayern Munich and PSG. The Bavarians entered this game with the minimal advantage achieved in the first duel, thanks to a solitary goal by Kingsley Coman.

For their part, the Parisians arrived at this duel with the slogan of removing that paternity that existed with the German team during the last editions of the Champions League. Without Neymar, who will be out for several months due to an injury to her ankle, the Gauls tried the heroic.

Kylian Mbappé disputing a ball with Coman. – Photo: Getty Images

In this context, the actions at the Allianz Arena began with actions in both arcs. The first to arrive in danger was the local team that through Leon Goretzka tried to open the account, however, the goalkeeper Donnaruma was up to the task.

However, two minutes Later, PSG reacted and with Mbappé moved the fibers of the rival fans, with a shot that went very close to Sommer’s frame.

For his part, Lionel Messi also had a clear chance to score, however, he found a strong rival defense that prevented his goal after taking a shot inside the area.

Messi had one of the clearest chances of scoring against Bayern.
Messi had one of the clearest chances of scoring against Bayern. – Photo: Getty Images

When the first half was about to end, PSG possibly had what was the equalizer goal in the tie. After high pressure, goalkeeper Sommer made a mistake and ended up giving the ball to Vitinha, who, after eluding the goalkeeper, took a timid shot that ended up taking defender De Light off the line.

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His teammates deeply regretted the mistake in definition, because it was the goal that gave equality and peace of mind to go to the locker room.

For the second half, the German team came onto the pitch with another idea and attacked their rival, who was surprised, against the ropes. About minute 51 of the game, what was going to be the first goal of the night in Germany was presented.

However, the tool VAR decided to annul the score due to an offside by Thomas Muller who ended up pushing a ball after a cross that grazed his teammate Moting on the way.

But Bayern didn’t stop there, as just ten minutes later, they again attacked Donnaruma’s goal and found themselves with the first goal of the night. After pressure from Leon Goretzka at the start, he stole a ball from Verratti and gave it to Eric Chuopo Moting who scored without any pressure from his rival.

Eric Chuopo Moting was the author of the first goal of the match.
Eric Chuopo Moting was the author of the first goal of the match. – Photo: Getty Images

With the game uphill, already losing by two goals in the key, Paris Saint Germain advanced their lines to reach the goal. The clearest option was Sergio Ramos, who took a header that was saved in a feline way by the Teutonic goalkeeper.

Already at the end of the game and with the French team playing in attack, Bayern took advantage of their speed in attack to give the final blow with a goal from Gnabry, who defined the cross before the departure of Donnaruma.

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Finally, the victory went to the Germans who once again became the black beast of PSG. It should be noted that this team had already beaten them in the 2021 Champions League final.

Bayern's Leroy Sane, left, duels for the ball with PSG's Sergio Ramos during the Champions League round of 16 first leg soccer match between Paris Saint Germain and Bayern Munich, at the Parc des Princes stadium, in Paris, France, Tuesday, Feb. 14 , 2023. (AP Photo/Christophe Ena)
Sergio Ramos was one of PSG’s most outstanding players – Photo: PA

These are the qualifiers for the quarterfinals (partially)

  • Benfica
  • Chelsea
  • Bayern Munich
  • Milan

Duels that remain to be defined

  • Manchester City vs. RB Leipzig – Tuesday March 14 (1-1)
  • Porto vs. Inter – Tuesday March 14 (0-1)
  • Napoli vs. Frankfurt – Wednesday March 15 (2-0)
  • Real Madrid vs. Liverpool – Wednesday March 15 (5-2)

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