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Paris Saint-Germain - RB Leipzig
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And... breathe. That's full-time. The PSG players are on their haunches on the pitch, having put an almighty effort into this one. It hasn't been in vain. They've won 1-0 thanks to Neymar's penalty, and despite having to spend most of the match defending after relentless possession and pressure from Leipzig.
Sabitzer has another dig from distance but this time it's Danilo to put body on the line to make the block!
All of the PSG bench stand up in unison to salute their team-mates press high up the pitch.
Rafinha has PSG's first shot in what feels like an age, but Gulacsi gets down well to palm it wide at his near post. The corner is taken short and the hosts look to keep it there.
PSG are in the Leipzig half and Verratti wins a free kick. That'll take 30 seconds off the clock.
We're into six minutes of added time. If PSG see this through it'll be a magnificent effort.
It looks like Leipzig are getting frustrated. Sabitzer takes a dig from distance and it goes well wide.
Angelino's crossing has been off all night and another one sails way over the bar. That was nowhere near reaching its target and only gives PSG a chance to regroup.
- Yellow cardMarco VerrattiParis Saint-Germain
Welcome to the party, Marco Verratti. He's barely on the pitch a minute and he has already picked up a yellow card for a horrible tackle on Nkunku. He should have walked, but for some reason there's no VAR check.
- Yellow cardAnder HerreraParis Saint-Germain
This game is getting so scrappy with two committed teams. Herrera picks up a yellow for a brutal challenge on Poulsen.
Neymar has put in a hell of a shift today and as the game has got choppier and choppier, he has spent more and more time on the floor. He's not getting much out of the referee, though.
- Yellow cardRafinhaParis Saint-Germain
Rafinha takes a yellow for the team, felling Haidara to stop a counter.
- OffEmil ForsbergRB Leipzig
- OnAlexander SørlothRB Leipzig
Can Alexander Sorloth make the difference? He's replaced Forsberg, who has been pretty wasteful in front of goal.
There's only 17 minutes to go. Are Leipzig going to rue not making more from all this possession? PSG have had less than 40% possession at home!
Kluivert, fresh off the bench, makes some excellent ground down the right and squares it but Marquinhos is there to clear it. A second later, Angelino tries a cutback from the left but the PSG captain hacks it away again.
Sabitzer's fine lofted ball picks out Forsberg, but Danilo gets across to cut out his square pass, which surely would have set up a goal.
- OffNordi MukieleRB Leipzig
- OnWilli OrbanRB Leipzig
Leipzig are changing their formation up, with a third centre-back coming on. Will a change of system reap rewards?
It's been a night of miscued volleys from Leipzig tonight. This time, it's Poulsen but the ball bounces the wrong way after it comes off his shin.
Mpappe sprints forward down the left, virtually on his own in a blue shirt. But Sabitzer tracks him all the way and makes the tackle.
How long can PSG's rearguard work? Leipzig's attack isn't quite as relentless as it was in the earliest minutes of the second half but it feels like a matter of time before they get the chance they need.
Mbappe latches onto a lofted through ball but his volley goes over Gulacsi's bar. Slack marking from the visitors, there.
A fine tackle from Herrera sets PSG away, with Neymar looking to sprint onto the loose ball, but Gulacsi sprints off his line to hack it away.
Florenzi with a fine example of a tactical foul, rugby tackling Nkunku to stop a counter.
We've got a break in play after a horrible accident. Mbappe skilled Sabitzer with a wonderful back heel but the Leipzig midfielder stayed with his man and slid in to win it back. Mbappe, totally unintentionally, trod on his opponent's arm and the physios come on.
Leipzig are all over PSG at the moment. They get into a good area once more and Sabitzer tries his luck from just outside the box but drags it just wide.
Haidara with some fine work down the right and he picks out Forsberg, who volleys at the near post but can't squeeze it past Navas. Another good chance for the Swede.
- 2nd Half
And we're back! It's a big 45 minutes for both of these sides - who will come out on top?
And that's half-time. There's only been one goal but we've enjoyed a breathless half of football here. PSG's lead has come from the spot but Leipzig have arguably been the better team and will be looking to keep up the pressure in Paris after the break.
Forsberg could do better here but it's a tough chance. Brilliant work down the right from Olmo, who picks out the Swede, but his volley goes over.
There's one minute of added time - can Leipzig get back on terms?
Neymar isn't making any friends. He's felled by a (fair) challenge in the box and Haidara accuses him of taking a dive. The brief confrontation is broken up swiftly and it's a corner, which comes to nothing.
- Yellow cardLeandro ParedesParis Saint-Germain
And now Paredes follows him into the book for protesting the decision. There's a bit of handbags and this match is getting feisty.
- Yellow cardNeymarParis Saint-Germain
Neymar picks up a booking for a hack on Sabitzer.
What. A. Tackle.
PSG counter, with Neymar sprinting down the left. He only has Mbappe for company and looks for the Frenchman, who would have a virtual tap in were it not for a fantastic challenge from Upamecano.
Leipzig, having been crowded out, shoot from distance, with Haidara letting fly. It takes a minor nick off Danilo and Navas does well to save it.
Leipzig can certainly feel as though they should be on level terms but there's no sign of an equaliser as we approach half-time. Angelino is getting into good positions on the left wing but his crossing has been found wanting so far.
Di Maria steps up and strikes! Gulacsi is scrambling across his goal line and is relieved to see the ball drift wide.
Will one of these free kicks eventually hurt Leipzig? Forsberg gives one away about 30 yards from goal after following through on Herrera. Di Maria and Neymar lurk with intent.
And that's wasted. Neymar steps up to take it and Gulacsi claims it easily.
Sabitzer takes down Mbappe after some trickery from the France star. PSG have a free kick in a threatening area...
That's the PSG game plan. They break with menace and Di Maria is just outside the box and tries to pick out Mbappe at the far post. But it's far, far too close to the goalkeeper, who claims it easily.
PSG are dropping quite deep and look pretty happy to play on the counter. Leipzig are seeing more and more of the ball but since their mini-burst after the PSG penalty, they've not created anything substantial.
It's certainly been an end-to-end start to this match and it's no surprise, given what's at stake. PSG are combining nicely going forward but Leipzig have arguably been the more threatening team going forward, especially since the penalty. But with Mbappe, Neymar and Di Maria, PSG have more than enough fire power to sting them on the counter.
Mbappe with the acrobatic effort!
The French forward feeds Neymar in the box, whose touch lets him down. Leipzig fail to clear their lines and it falls kindly to Mbappe, whose scissor kick goes over.
The corner comes in from Nkunku and finds Poulsen, but his header is tipped over by Navas on the stretch.
Sabitzer almost makes instent amends as a Haidara cross is chested into his path but Marquinhos blocks it behind for a corner!
- Goal by penaltyNeymarParis Saint-Germain
Neymar takes an age to run up to the ball and strokes it into the bottom corner with ease. It's 1-0 to PSG and the Brazilian has his first Champions League goal of the season.
PSG have a great opportunity to go ahead from the spot as Di Maria is felled by Sabitzer after Leipzig give the ball away carelessly... No VAR check for it but it looked soft.
Di Maria looks to pick out Marquinhos at the far post from a free kick but Gulacsi claims it easily.
Leipzig are looking good in possession but neither side have had an effort yet. Angelino gets down the PSG right and crosses but it deflects kindly into Navas' hands.
Mbappe has his first run at the PSG defence as he tries to latch onto a long ball but Upamecano is there to cut out a danger. This battle could be pivotal and the two players represent the next generation of French footballers.
- Yellow cardEmil ForsbergRB Leipzig
We haven't had to wait long for our first booking - Forsberg's poor touch lets the ball slip to Paredes and the Leipzig star takes out the midfielder, picking up a yellow card for his troubles.
- 1st Half
And we're off! PSG get the game started and attack down the left but Mukiele is there to make a clearance.
The teams are out and we're almost ready to go!
These two teams have more than just mutual familiarity in common - their two managers are both German and PSG's Thomas Tuchel and Julian Nagelsmann also go way back. It was Tuchel who gave Nagelsmann his first opportunity in coaching after the fresh-faced manager's playing career was ended by injury.
These two sides have met twice in the last few months. First they met in the last four of last term's Champions League, with PSG winning the one-legged clash 3-0. RB Leipzig, not to be deterred, gained some revenge before the international break with a 2-1 comeback win in Germany. This game is a must-win for PSG, who have made a poor start to the Champions League this term.
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