PSG boss Galtier: No questions about his judge
Bayern Munich they will try to complete their progress. Champions League quarter-finals when they host Paris Saint-Germain in the last 16 rematch tonight.
The Bundesliga champions won 1-0 after Kingsley Coman’s first leg at the Parc des Princes beat PSG goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma in a guided volley. However, Bayern took a hit just after the match, when defender Benjamin Pavard was sent off for a second yellow card.
The first game was a close affair, but Bayern excelled on shooting and have something PSG boss Christophe Galtier will try to change tonight. The French side have won all three of their games in Ligue 1 since their loss to Bayern and have scored 11 goals during that time. Kylian Mbappe scored five goals on his own.
PSG defender Achraf Hakimi is also expected to play despite one match. ongoing criminal investigation The 24-year-old was charged after the rape. Galtier declined to address the ongoing investigation, but confirmed that Hakimi could return after recovering from his injury: “The goal of our medical team is to have him available for the match against Bayern.”
Follow as Bayern Munich hosts PSG in the Champions League round of 16:
Dortmund’s defeat at Chelsea was not unlucky, it was an act of self-sabotage.
Dortmund coach Edin Terzic did not want to talk about it. midfield talisman, Jude BellinghamHe said it was a “joke”. Even the former Chelsea specialist Joe ColeHe wasn’t wearing enough of a hat to balance a giant Tunnock’s tea cake, popping up under his brim to say he didn’t like it. Champions League This is how games are decided. But what no one seemed willing to say was this: Borussia Dortmund He had lost the game in an unnecessary act of self-sabotage.
To sum it up, Chelsea took a penalty to take the lead in their Champions League second game of 16, 1-1 on aggregate in a noisy Stamford Bridge. The handball decision was controversial, but it was not discussed afterwards. Kai Havertz He took a step and stuttered and allowed goalkeeper Alexander Meyer to dive before aiming in the other direction, but the penalty hit the post and rebounded Dortmund midfielder Salih Özcan, who gleefully dismissed him.
However, VAR detected that Özcan had entered the penalty box before it was released, so Havertz was given another try and this time he scored. Dortmund was deserted, Chelsea revived and they moved on. take their place in the quarter-finals.
Michael Jones8 March 2023 18:20
Bayern Munich – PSG
After playing a close relationship at Parc des Princes and coming out of the second best PSG, he will likely be more proactive and aggressive in Germany tonight.
Bayern Munich must be able to keep up with whatever comes their way and know that a draw will push them forward.
After a fun togetherness at home, they will move forward by a narrow margin.
Bayern Munich 2-2 PSG (3-2 total)
Michael Jones8 March 2023 18:15
Bayern-PSH estimated squads
Bayern Munich XI: Sommer; Stanisic, Upamecano, De Ligt; Coman, Kimmich, Goretzka, Davies; Müller, Musiala; Choupo-Moting
PSG 11: donnarumma; Ramos, Marquinhos, Danilo; Nuno Mendes, Ruiz, Vitinha, Verratti, Hakimi; Messi, Mbappe
Michael Jones8 March 2023 18:10
What is early team news?
With Josip Stanisic acting to the right of Julian Nagelsmann’s defensive trio, Bayern Munich will not have suspended Benjamin Pavard.
Noussair Mazraoui recently took a break from football due to a heart problem and may not be ready to return yet, with Manuel Neuer and Lucas Hernandez long gone.
News of Neymar’s injury struck Paris Saint-Germain with the Brazilian striker for the remainder of the season. In his absence, Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe can be used as front duos and supported by a reinforced midfielder.
Michael Jones8 March 2023 18:05
How to watch Bayern Munich PSG match?
Bayern Munich v PSG will start on Wednesday, March 8th at the Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany.
Viewers in the UK can watch the match live on BT Sport 2 and it will air on the channel from 7:15 PM GMT. Subscribers can stream the action via the BT Sport app or online player.
Michael Jones8 March 2023 18:00
Bayern Munich – PSG
good evening and welcome The Independent’s Coverage of tonight’s Champions League battle between Europe’s two heavyweights.
Bundesliga winner Bayern Munich hosts French champion Paris Saint-Germain and the winner is guaranteed to reach the quarter-finals in Europe’s biggest league.
Chelsea and Benfica have already come to an end after their wins against Borussia Dortmund and Club Brugge yesterday, but who will join them in the final eight?
After Kingsley Coman slammed into the German team a 1-0 win in Paris, Bayern brought a fine lead into tonight’s second leg and a draw tonight should be enough to see their progress.
PSG and especially Kylian Mbappe are in great form and will bring a different mentality to the game. They sat next to Bayern in Paris and handed the ball to them, but expect Christophe Galtier’s side to be more proactive tonight.
We will have all the background, team news and match action before the match starts at 20:00.
Michael Jones8 March 2023 16:32