Paris Saint-Germain avenged its defeat in the final of last season and stripped Bayern Munich of the title of European Champions League soccer champions, thanks to the goals scored away from home after losing 1-0 at home today in the second leg of the quarter-finals. The Parisian club had cut more than half the way towards avenge the loss of the 2020 final and deprived it of its first title in the continental competition, by winning the first leg 3-2 thanks to Kylian Mbappe’s brace.
The club, seeking to become the second French team to win the title after Marseille (1993), will meet in the round of four with the qualifier of the Manchester City match and its German host Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday (2-1 to City. On the other hand, Chelsea reached the semi-finals despite its fall. In front of his “guest” Porto, Portugal, with a clean goal for the Iranian substitute, Mahdi Tarmi, in stoppage time in the second leg of the quarter-finals in Seville, Spain, taking advantage of his 2-0 victory over him in the first leg.
The London club is waiting for a fiery confrontation in the last square against the “leader” of the tournament, Real Madrid or Liverpool, who meet today at “Anfield” in a difficult task for the English team, which fell 1-3 in the Spanish capital Madrid.
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