Paris St Germain Vs Barcelona

Paris Saint-Germain won 4:1 (1:1) at FC Barcelona in a spectacular Champions League round of 16 first leg. In the match at Camp Nou, the two star players of their teams outshone the rest of their colleagues: Lionel Messi gave Barcelona the lead via a penalty kick (27th minute) and was also involved in many scoring chances. Kylian Mbappé was even significantly better. The PSG striker scored three of his team’s four goals (32nd, 65th, 85th) and was hardly defensible for the Catalans’ defense. The other goal for Paris was headed in by Moise Kean (70th). Who reaches the quarterfinals will be decided in the second leg in Paris on March 10. A Herculean task then awaits Barcelona if it wants to avoid its earliest Champions League exit since 2007. Barcelona had been the last stop for Paris in the Champions League three times in the recent past, and the last meeting between the two teams in particular was a trauma for PSG. In March 2017, Barcelona advanced despite a 4-0 first leg defeat as they managed a 6-1 win at Camp Nou. The match got its own Wikipedia entry . This match also took on traumatic features. However, for the hosts. Again and again, both teams created chances, almost always involving the respective star players of their team. Messi was not often on the ball, but when he was, it was often dangerous. On the other hand, PSG apparently pursued the game idea of bringing Mbappé into one-on-one situations with Barcelona’s full-back Sergiño Dest as often as possible with wide diagonal balls. Which worked pretty well. Mbappé created the first big chance for Paris with a long pass to Mauro Icardi, who overran goalkeeper Marc-André ter Stegen from an offside-suspected position, but Pedri was able to clear the ball a few meters from the goal line (19th). Later, Mbappé also served Layvin Kurzawa (35./ter Stegen made a brilliant save) and via a corner kick again Icardi (45./just past the first post). Recommended external content At this point you will find external content from Twitter that complements the article and is recommended by the editorial team. You can view and hide it with one click. Mbappé had his greatest moments, however, not as a preparer, but as an enforcer. After about half an hour, Kurzawa brought the ball from the left wing to Marco Verratti, who extended to Mbappé in the center of the penalty area. The 22-year-old put the ball past his opponent with lightning-quick contact and hammered it towards the corner from close range. It was a spectacular goal from the PSG star striker, who was the key Parisian player in attack in the absence of the injured Neymar. In the second half, Mbappé then switched gears faster than his opponent after Gerard Piqué, recovering from a long injury layoff, failed to clear a cross. Mbappé shot the ball past the beaten ter Stegen into the goal (65th). Finally, on a counterattack, he sent the ball into the far corner after an assist from substitute Julian Draxler (85th). Mbappé thus became only the third footballer in European Cup history to score three goals in one match as a visiting player at Camp Nou. Messi had been inconspicuous for some time at this point. In half one it was still quite different, especially before the 1:0. In midfield, the 33-year-old was not disturbed during a static-looking attack and struck the ball long and precisely into the run of Frenkie de Jong, who had come through. The latter was touched by Kurzawa while sprinting, and Messi fired the penalty kick he was due hard and high into the goal (27th). More on the topic

Messi also set up two chances for Antoine Griezmann, who then failed to beat keeper Keylor Navas (14th) or missed the goal (37th), and above all set up a great chance for Ousmane Dembélé. But he did not fully catch the ball, allowing Navas to make an easy save (29th). After the break, he got stuck in the Paris wall with a free kick (59th), found Griezmann by means of a corner kick, but he also broke down. The last big chance was then one with which he had nothing to do. Then goalkeeper Navas shot at Griezmann at his own five-meter area and was lucky that the ball flew past the goal (82nd). Looking ahead to the second leg, Barcelona can only hope that the club has already managed to come back from a huge deficit against Paris. Back then, however, Barça’s squad was stronger than today, especially in attack, where the younger Messi had Luis Suárez and Neymar at his side. That Neymar could be fit again for the return leg in Paris in March. FC Barcelona vs Paris Saint-Germain 16 February 2021 – 21:00 UEFA Champions League Camp Nou , Barcelona date and time confirmed

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Round of 16 of the 2021 Champions League – FC Barcelona – PSG at Camp Nou, February 16, 2021.

We remember two heroic matches in 2017, Barcelona’s 4-0 defeat in Paris and then Barcelona’s fabulous 6-1 comeback at Camp Nou. Perhaps the two most beautiful soccer matches of this famous year! In the video the match FC Barcelona – PSG September 2017 at Camp Nou: With exciting games in all groups of the competition, anything is still possible in 2021. On the site of FB Barcelona we know, that the year is difficult with an “unusual” fifth place in La Liga. A nice Champions League campaign, but marred by the last match against Juventus, which ended with a “historic defeat” (0:3) at Camp Nou on December 8, 2020. As for Paris Saint Germain, whether in the championship or in Ligue 1, the Parisian team is as always on top with a nice second place at the moment. In the Champions League, Paris finished first in Group H, an excellent sign of competitiveness. At the moment the tickets for this Barcelona match are not available for sale due to the situation of Covid-19 are not on sale. As soon as Camp Nou is open to the public, tickets will immediately go on sale on our website. Be sure to check back often! Give your predictions in the comments on this page!  

Champions League calendar 2021

Round of 16 First legs: 16/17 & 23/24 February 2021 Second legs: 9/10 & 16/17 March 2021 Quarterfinals Draw: March 19, 2021 First legs: April 6/7, 2021 Second legs: April 13/14, 2021 Semifinals Draw: March 19, 2021 First legs: April 27/28, 2021 Second legs: May 4/5, 2021 Final Atatürk Olimpiyat Stadı, Istanbul: May 29, 2021


Camp Nou Stadium: where is the stadium ? Address : Carrer d’Arístides Maillol 08028, Barcelona, Spain How to get there by public transport ? Bus lines 7, 15, 43, 67, 68, 74, 75, L12, L50, L60, L62. Metro Line 3 (Get off at Maria Cristina or Les Corts) and Line 5 (Get off at Collblanc or Badal). Note : On matchdays, the visit of the Camp Nou and the museum of FC Barcelona are partially closed. Prefer the day before or the next day for the Camp Nou visit. More info about Camp Nou

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