Champions League: Bayern Munich vs PSG

Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain will enter the quarter-finals of the first leg of the Champions League in the face of opposing players. The encounter with the Champions League final in the 2019/20 season will make one of the strongest candidates for the championship this season to soon say goodbye to the tournament. However, the heat of this match is unquestionable.

Bayern Munich vs PSG

Bayern Munich - UEFA Champions League 

It must be said that Paris Saint-Germain has an excellent season, but Bayern Munich at the present time is probably not inferior to anyone. The home team of Allianz is the first team to beat coach Mauricio Pochettino's team in the Champions League in the past nearly a year. Coach Hans-Dieter Flick won 1-0 when the two met in Lisbon in August 2020. An emotional match and a satisfying ball. That's what we can expect from the rematch at this Allianz Arena.

Over the weekend, Bayern Munich defeated RB Leipzig with a score of 1-0 at the Red Bull Arena, thereby achieving the 7th consecutive victory in recent times. As usual, Leon Goretzka scored again. The German midfielder has 7 goals in the Premier League and Champions League this season. On the defensive side, Hans-Dieter Flick may be worried, but in terms of attack his team does not bother anyone, especially at home. The Bavarian team has scored 18 goals in the last 5 matches at the Allianz Arena.

Paris Saint-Germain - UEFA Champions League 

Of course, about the ability to attack, Mauricio Pochettino also does not want to be inferior to anyone. Paris Saint-Germain also scored 19 goals in the last 7 away games, leading to 7 wins among them. However, in terms of defense, the defending French league champions are missing many important names due to injuries such as Juan Bernat, Alessandro Florenzi, and defensive midfielder Danilo Luis is also sidelined for reason. due to the same.

Meanwhile, Layvin Kurzawa's ability to play was left open. In the upline, Kylian Mbappe is likely to work independently, when Marco Verratti and Mauro Icardi are suffering from mild pain. Therefore, the difficulty is quite great for Paris Saint-Germain during a visit to Bayern Munich in the first leg of the Champions League quarter-finals.

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