Champions League / Quarter-final
Parc des Princes / 06.04.2016
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Hello and welcome to our live coverage of Manchester City’s Champions League quarter-final first leg with Paris Saint-Germain. The Parisiens have been imperious as they strolled to Ligue 1 success in record time, but they have a point to prove on the grandest stage of all. City’s title bid has faltered in the extreme, but warmed up for tonight’s clash in the French capital with a comprehensive win over Bournemouth at the weekend. Will they have enough to overcome a star-studded PSG in the Parc des Princes? I’m Pete Hall (@PeteHall86), and I will be bringing you the action, as it happens, live!

Ben Snowball
Ben Snowball
Updated 06/04/2016 at 20:41 GMT
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Advantage Man City. Pulsating game in the Parc des Princes, as neither defence cover themselves in glory. Two away goals will certainly please Manuel Pellegrini. City took the lead through a fine Kevin De Bruyne goal, before gifting Zlatan Ibrahimovic an immediate equaliser in the most bizarre of circumstances. Adrien Rabiot put the hosts in front after the interval, but City got a deserved equaliser through Fernandinho. In truth, we expected more from the Parisiens, and their lacklustre showing means the Premier League has a great chance of a having a Champions League semi finalist after all. Thanks for joining us. Full report and reaction to follow on site. Goodbye.
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FT: PSG 2-2 Manchester City.
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Aleksandar Kolarov replaces Aguero just to waste a little bit more time.
Di Maria whips the ball into the middle, dangerously, but Otamendi gets up well and heads clear.
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Three minutes of added time here.
City are not really having to hang on here, and are in fact the better team. Can they find a winner?
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Wilfried Bony will replace David Silva for the last few minutes.
Ageuro, who has been very quite, almost gets in behind, but Luiz just sticks out a leg to clear.
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Another card brandished by the referee, this time for Navas. Seemed a little harsh. No complaints though.
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Booking for Mangala as he goes straight through the back of Matuidi.
City will be much happier here. Strange atmosphere around the ground. The Parc des Princes expected more...

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Delph is on to try and shore up the City rearguard but PSG still finding plenty of space.
This game still very much in the balance. PSG have to find at least a winner if they are going to travel to Manchester in pole position.
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Gregory van der Wiel and Lucas Moura come on in place of Aurier and Rabiot for PSG.
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De Bruyne's game is over, as he is replaced by Fabian Delph. A telling contribution from the Belgian.
Surprising when you consider the way they've defended tonight...
De Bruyne attempts to thread the ball through the tightest of gaps, but Luiz just about manages to intercept. This game could go either way!
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Huge goal in the tie. Sagna squares the ball, it ricochets off Thiago Silva, into the path of Fernandinho, who steers the ball home, via the leg of the PSG skipper.
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GOAL! PSG 2-2 Manchester City. It had been coming, as the hosts return the favour and gift City an equaliser.
PSG still very wasteful in possession. Surely City can take advantage of this?