Paris Saint-Germain will be feeling pretty comfortable about the tie, given that they start with a lead at home and three away goals. Bayern will be without Lewandowski while Verratti will be back for the Parisians, compounding the advantage for the home side. However, there’s still a chance that something could happen. Bayern haven’t given up yet.
The first leg was already one of the most exciting games of the UCL season so far. What will the second one have in store?
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