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Manchester City Can Already Smell The CL Final, De Bruyne Scores In Paris With Luck |  UEFA Champions League 2020/2021

Manchester City Can Already Smell The CL Final, De Bruyne Scores In Paris With Luck | UEFA Champions League 2020/2021

Manchester City did a golden thing in the Champions League semi-final against Paris Saint-Germain. After the weak first half, it is still rising in the second half. De Bruyne, with a cross falling into the net, Mahrez took care of the spin. Paris Saint-Germain finished the match with one fewer player after Gaye’s red.

Paris Saint-Germain – Manchester City in short:

  • Important momentFor more than an hour there was no cloud in the air for Paris Saint-Germain until a cross from De Bruyne skipped everything and everyone in the net. Man City smelled the smell of blood as he advanced after a few minutes. PSG no longer has a response.
  • Man of the match: Sure, De Bruyne didn’t play a great first half, but after the break he really got involved in it all. With a good dose of luck he scored an equalizing goal after which he also participated in nearly every City attack.
  • SpecialMan City has not scored a goal in the Champions League semi-finals until tonight. This changed at Parc des Princes thanks to Kevin De Bruyne.

Paris Saint-Germain is ahead of City slap

With particularly high expectations, Paris Saint-Germain began a “critical clash” against Man City, led by Kevin de Bruyne. The Parisians were the ones who seemed particularly excited about their Parc des Princes from the first contact with the ball.

Neymar immediately showed himself in the first minutes, and the Brazilian star forward Ederson watched his goal after one handsome goal. The next opportunity was paid: Di Maria drew a corner kick at Marquinhos, who headed the ball hard into the net.

Paris Saint-Germain continued to be the best in the match, with Paredes’ header gone away after half an hour of play. On the other hand, Foden inexplicably detached targeted Navas after a swift counterattack.

22 champions dive into the catacombs of the Parc des Princes with a justified 1-0 score on the scoreboard. Man City clearly needs more movement and speed to dominate the game.

De Bruyne and Mahrez perform completely opposite roles

Guardiola’s motivational speech did not miss its impact as visitors visibly grew into the party. Paris Saint-Germain was unable to keep the ball in the team and Kevin de Bruyne controlled the match.

At first, the Red Devil’s half-bike drove another meter, but a minute later, it was hit. A pass from KDB went through everything and everyone, after which Navas was surprised: 1-1.

Citizens smelled the smell of blood and were looking for more. Paredes made a clumsy mistake and Mahrez got De Bruyne’s approval to apply for the free kick. The Algerian curled past the poorly prepared Paris Saint-Germain wall, and suddenly Man City looked like roses.

At the end of the game, Gueye also received a red card after a foul on Gündogan. Opportunities can no longer be noticed. City will head to Manchester with two very expensive goals away from home, PSG have to work hard next week.

Not Mbappe or Neymar, but De Bruyne was the big man in the first leg

Kevin De Bruyne shines in the Man of the Match Cup

  1. The second half, minute 96. The end of the match. It’s a wrap! City withdraws to Manchester with two goals away in the backpack. Paris Saint-Germain started better and took off after Marquinhos headed home, but City grew into the match. After the break, De Bruyne drew with little luck and moments later Mahrez fell on 1-2. Gueye also rightfully received a red card after attacking Gündogan. & Nbsp; .
  2. The second half, the 95th minute, the match ended
  3. The second half, the 94th minute. De Bruyne strikes another long shot. Navas still pushed his shot over the bar. & Nbsp; .
  4. The second half, the 93rd minute. Mbappe is very easy. No, it was not Mbappe’s match. The Frenchie lies very easily after a light contract with Dias. It won’t be tonight anymore. .
  5. The second half, the 93rd minute. The citizens are about to offer a big reward for the second leg. Paris Saint-Germain controlled his affairs for an hour, but De Bruyne and Mahrez turned things over very quickly. & Nbsp; .
  6. The second half, the 88th minute. Everything became more difficult. In Paris Saint-Germain they are in no hurry to change course. With the number 10, it looks like a draw is no longer possible. .
  7. Manchester City’s Kevin De Bruyne gets a yellow card during the second half, the 86th minute
  8. The second half, the 85th minute. De Bruyne arrived very late at Danilo and received a legitimate yellow card for that. In Paris Saint-Germain they want to see a different color, but the referee is not involved in that. Mbappe was also reprimanded for his exaggerated protest. & Nbsp; .
  9. The second half, the 85th minute. Scored in the side net. De Bruyne still doesn’t get an inch of space, but Mahrez does. The winger interferes and sees his shot ends on the wrong side of the post. & Nbsp; .
  10. The second half, minute 83. Substitution in Paris Saint-Germain, Ander Herrera inside, Leandro Paredes outside
  11. The second half, the 82nd minute. Paris Saint-Germain had already had a hard time closing all the halls in the second half, and that of course will not change now. Mbappe and his teammates will have to work hard in Manchester next week. .
  12. The second half, the 80th minute. Tears in Gundogan’s eyes. Guardiola urges Fernandinho to prepare. Meanwhile, Pochettino brings Danilo in place of Di Maria. .
  13. The second half, minute 80. Substitution in Paris Saint-Germain, Danilo Pereira inside, Angel Di Maria outside
  14. A red card from Paris Saint-Germain Idrissa Gay during the second half, the 77th minute
  15. Gueye red card. Get out of Gueye and that is the only correct decision for the Brych referee. The midfielder was busy with a very strong game, but he came too late to Gundogan. It looks bad for the Germans. . The second half, the 76th minute.
  16. The second half, the 75th minute. It seems that Neymar and his teammates are frustrated. Man City who had a very difficult time before the break is the coach. Meanwhile, Foden’s head ends up in Navas’ arms. & Nbsp; .
  17. Neymar from Paris Saint-Germain turns yellow during the second half, the 74th minute
  18. Mahrez draws the ball beautifully! The second half, the 72nd minute.
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