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PSG reaches the quarter-finals thanks to a great Mbappé – rts.ch

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PSG reaches the quarter-finals thanks to a great Mbappé – rts.ch

PSG will play in the quarter-finals of the Champions League. Mbappé, author of a double, and Co. won 2-1 on the field of Real Sociedad, after the 2-0 first leg won in France.

In San Sebastian, Mbappé recalled that he is indeed an exceptional player. The captain of the France team was the great architect of PSG’s qualification with his successes in the 15th and 56th minutes.

The 1st goal was a real gem with a grandiose number on the left side. With such a player, Paris can really dream in color even if its team of course suffers from comparison with Manchester City or Real Madrid. But for his last campaign in the Parisian jersey, Mbappé wants to win this Champions League and he can really win it almost single-handedly…

Le Bayern Munich revit

There is still a breath of life left at Bayern Munich. Downgraded by Bayer Leverkusen in the Bundesliga, the Bavarians are still in the Champions League race.

Supported by a public who apparently forgive them for all their mistakes, Bayern won 3-0 against Lazio to erase the 1-0 defeat conceded in the first leg in Rome and to qualify with real panache for the quarter-finals . Facing the Romans who got off to a good start and could even have opened the scoring with a header from Ciro Immobile, the Bavarians achieved the perfect knockout just before the break.

In the 39th minute, Harry Kane, on the lookout, headed in for his first goal in a knockout match in the Champions League. And in added time of this first period, Thomas Müller, also with a header, appeared on a strike from Matthijs de Ligt for the 2-0.

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The Romans lost their final illusions in the 66th minute with the 3-0 from that devil Kane. Even if everything was not perfect, Bayern regained a certain luster during this round of 16 second leg. The team led by Thomas Tuchel remains, despite everything, a top team. To believe that she is no longer good for anything would be a fatal error.

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