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Paris Saint-Germain - FC Bayern Munich
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The final whistle goes and Paris Saint-Germain have done it, they are through to the last four of the Champions League and Bayern Munich are out. What a tie! It finishes 3-3 on aggregate, with PSG progressing on away goals.
Sane cuts back onto his left foot on the box and looks for a cross, but it is too close to Navas and the PSG keeper gratefully snatches it.
It’s not had the goals of the first leg, but this has been a humdinger of a match.
PSG break but Hernandez does brilliantly to deny Neymar the opportunity to square for Mbappe in the box. That would have settled it.
Four minutes remain. Four minutes.
Coman throws himself at a firm cross but can’t direct his header on target.
Time is running out for Bayern. Will there be one final chance to snatch this quarter-final away from PSG right at the last.
PSG break and Mbappe looks for Neymar. It’s a great pass, but Neuer storms out of his area to slide in and clear, denying the Brazilian a one-on-one.
- OffÁngel Di MaríaParis Saint-Germain
- OnAnder HerreraParis Saint-Germain
Another change for PSG to add some fresh legs.
Martinez lays the ball off to Muller, but his shot is charged down and PSG clear again. It’s been an impressive defensive effort from the French side this evening (so far).
- OffEric Maxim Choupo-MotingFC Bayern Munich
- OnJavi MartínezFC Bayern Munich
Bayern make another change and it’s the striker Choupo-Moting who makes way. I’m slightly surprised by that, he’s been ineffective for much of the game, but his side are desperate for a goal here. It looks like Martinez is going straight up top in his place.
Coman tries to dance into space inside the box and wins a corner for Bayern. It’s really tense for PSG.
Sane twists and turns into the box and shoots across goal, but his shot drifts wide and nobody reacts to get on the end of it.
It’s Mbappe again as PSG look to pick off Bayern on the break, but Hernandez makes a crucial tackle to deny his dangerous compatriot.
Mbappe is played clean through and dispatches his shot emphatically past the goalkeeper. He wheels away in celebration, but the flag is up and VAR confirms that it is offside.
Just a reminder that PSG are going through on away goals as things stand.
Neymar finds Kean with a lovely long ball, but Kean shoots miles over from the corner of the box. That’s a bit of a waste.
Neymar draws a foul in the centre circle to relieve some pressure. He’s so good at that.
- OffJulian DraxlerParis Saint-Germain
- OnMoise KeanParis Saint-Germain
Kean replaces Draxler to add some fresh legs for PSG.
- OffAlphonso DaviesFC Bayern Munich
- OnJamal MusialaFC Bayern Munich
It’s an attacking change for Bayern, who don’t have much else in the way of forward options on the bench.
Coman loops a header into the mixer towards the waiting Coupo-Moting, but Paredes reads it brilliantly and makes a crucial intervention.
- Yellow cardThomas MüllerFC Bayern Munich
Muller goes in search of the ball in the PSG half and lunges in on Paredes, earning himself a booking.
PSG are starting to drop a little deeper, inviting the pressure on. It was probably inevitable given how tight this tie is, and they will still pose plenty of threat on the break, but Bayern won’t need a second invitation to press high.
Choupo-Moting nods a deep cross back across the goal, but he’s adjudged to have fouled his marker so Bayern don’t get the chance to get a shot away.
Sane drifts inside and looks for Muller with a clever pass into the box, but Navas closes the angle down and makes a good save. The ball comes back off the German so it’s a goal-kick to PSG.
- OffAbdou DialloParis Saint-Germain
- OnMitchel BakkerParis Saint-Germain
Diallo is indeed forced off, with Bakker replacing him.
Diallo has done himself some damage here and it looks like he’s tweaked his hamstring. PSG are going to have to make a change.
- Yellow cardColin DagbaParis Saint-Germain
Coman is hacked down by Dagba as Bayern look to take advantage of a rare opportunity to break and it is the clearest of yellow cards.
So close to an equaliser! Di Maria does brilliantly to jink away from his marker in the box and dink a clever ball across the face of goal, but Neymar can’t quite make contact at full stretch. Both players hold their head in their hands.
- Yellow cardDavid AlabaFC Bayern Munich
Alaba pulls back Neymar to halt a counter-attack and picks up a booking.
A long diagonal pass finds Coman in space on the left. He darts inside to line up a shot, but his effort is high, wide and not all that handsome.
Mbappe darts around the outside of the Bayern and as the move progresses a chipped pass over the top is volleyed over by Neymar. This game is sparkling now, with PSG looking so dangerous and Bayern not exactly harmless themselves.
Neymar lures in a challenge out on the PSG left and earns his team a corner.
Close to a second for Bayern. Choupo-Moting gets his feet in a tangle from Sane’s clever cross, but the ball falls to Alaba on the edge of the box, only for the Austrian to steer his effort wide.
- 2nd Half
The game is back underway in Paris with both teams unchanged at the break.
- End of 1st Half
The half-time whistle goes and a nail-biting second 45 awaits. It’s 1-0 to Bayern on the night, 3-3 on aggregate, and PSG are going through on away goals as it stands. Catch you in 15!
Bayern launch a quick attack, but Sane’s shot doesn’t have enough on it to beat Navas.
Bayern’s tails are up now and it’s huge that it was Choupo-Moting who got the goal – he really needed that after a sluggish start.
Alaba pings in a powerful strike and Navas makes a good stop to palm it around the post for a corner.
Mbappe shoots narrowly wide of the far post as PSG look for an equaliser, but the referee had spotted a foul in the build-up in any case.
- GoalEric Maxim Choupo-MotingFC Bayern Munich
GOOOAAALLL!!! Bayern have the lead as Choupo-Moting follows up a shot, bundling a header home from no more than two yards after Navas made a hash of the first save. 1-0 Bayern and this tie is very much alive!
PSG break and it’s Mbappe again who unlocks Bayern. The ball breaks to Neymar and he really should score, but he hits the post and the visitors survive.
A cross is again aimed towards Choupo-Moting, but the centre-forward can’t get to it. He’s not quite of the level of the players around him, and Bayern are clearly missing the quality of Lewandowski.
Genius from Neymar. An exquisite turn on the edge of the box sets him up for a shot and he takes his time before curling a peach of an effort towards the far top corner, only to see the ball cannon away off the crossbar.
Boateng dives in on Mbappe and seems to make a pretty decent tackle, but the referee blows up – potentially for a hand to the face or maybe for a handball as the defender fell. It’s a free-kick out wide to PSG anyway, regardless of what it was for.
Neymar draws a smart save out of Neuer, who squeezes the ball onto the near post. The Brazilian almost creates a chance on the follow-up, only for Hernandez to step in and make a crucial intervention.
Mbappe thinks he’s in behind, but the flag goes up for offside. That looked very tight and it’s quite unusual to see a decision made these days in those circumstances.
Neymar bamboozles Hernandez inside the Bayern box with a clever bit of skill and goes down looking for a penalty, but there wasn’t much in it and the referee waves the PSG appeals away.
That is such good football. Mbappe darts in behind and produces a superb cut-back to find Neymar in space. It looks like a goal is coming, but Neuer reacts brilliantly to make the save.
Bayern press PSG high and force a mistake, but Kimmich can’t take advantage, shooting wide when the ball breaks to him outside the box.
Sane bursts on to a nice lay-off from Coupo-Moting but curls his shot wide of the target. That was half a chance and he should have done better.
Bayern are stretching the play so well, with Coman one side and Sane the other. It’s asking plenty of questions of the PSG defence, but so far they’ve had the answers.
Muller looks for Choupo-Moting with a cross as Bayern get in behind, but the ball is cut out. It’s better from the visitors though, this is a fascinating game.
Coman is causing all sorts of problems down the left and his dinked cross is deflected behind for a corner as Choupo-Moting waits in the middle.
That stoppage involving Di Maria seems to have focussed the mind of Bayern, who have raced through the gears since the game restarted, playing at a blistering pace and really stretching the home side.
The ball breaks to Kimmich on the edge of the box after a terrific move from Bayern, but his first touch allows a defender in to hack it clear. PSG go straight up the other end, but a chipped through-ball runs straight through to Neuer.
Di Maria is up and hobbling on the sidelines. A bit of magic spray is applied and it looks like he’s going to be good to continue.
Di Maria is down after being caught by Davies. There didn’t look like there was much in that, but he does seem to be in very real difficulty. I’m not really sure what’s happened there.
A flurry of fireworks explode over the top of the stadium as over-excited PSG fans let them go a bit early. It’s probably a bit early for that.
Mbappe breezes past Pavard with concerning ease and cuts the ball back from the byline. It doesn't fall to a blue shirt initially, but a deflected clearance falls to the feet of Neymar, only for Neuer to spread himself well and make a good save.
Muller flicks a header towards goal, but it’s a comfortable one for Navas to grab. The PSG keeper had a stunning game in the first leg and will be hoping for a quieter evening tonight.
Coman gets into a pocket of space down the left for Bayern and cuts it back to Choupo-Moting in space inside the box. But the former PSG (and Stoke City) striker takes far too long in getting his shot away and his stripped of possession.
PSG break after an extended spell of Bayern possession, but Neymar can’t quite squeeze a pass in behind.
It’s a balancing act for Bayern tonight. They know they need goals, but if they go searching for them then it’s almost playing straight into PSG’s hands given how strong the hosts are on the counter-attack.
That’s the risk for Bayern. PSG attack at speed with Neymar feeding Mbappe, and the Frenchman shoots narrowly wide of the far post from an angle.
Bayern have given away two fouls already inside the PSG half, which is a clear indication of their strategy tonight, which seems to be heavily based around an intense high press.
- 1st Half
And away we go! Bayern, kitted out in all red, get the game underway. PSG are in their usual dark blue with white and red trim.
Here we go then, the players are on their way out of the tunnel in Paris and we are moments away from kick-off.
If you need a reminder of what went down in the first leg, here's a recap of a dramatic night in snowy Munich.
So, on to the important issue… the permutations! PSG’s three away goals in the 3-2 first-leg win means the tie is very much in the Paris club’s hands. Bayern need to win by two clear goals to progress, unless they score four or more, in which case any margin will send them through and we’ll get into some complicated away-goals maths. PSG will progress even if they lose 1-0 or 2-1, and a 3-2 Bayern win in the 90 minutes will of course send the game to extra time.
Bayern remain without Robert Lewandowski (or should I say, Robert Lewangoalski), but Jerome Boateng returns in place of big Niklas Sule, which should help against the pace of PSG’s front-line. Alphonso Davies starts in the second and final change from the XI that began the first leg, with Leon Goretzka missing out.
So that’s just the one change for PSG from the first leg, with Paredes coming in and Marquinos ruled out through injury.
Good evening and welcome to live coverage of the second leg of PSG vs Bayern Munich in the Champions League quarter-finals. If it’s anything like the first game then we’re in for a cracker tonight!