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BPW Postgame Show: Bayern wins against PSG but loses the tie on away goals

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In an unsure, tired and yet, resilient performance, Bayern Munich beat PSG for the first time at the Parc des Princes, 0 - 1, but failed to progress,

Paris Saint-Germain v FC Bayern Munich - UEFA Champions League Quarter Final 3: Leg Two
A first leg loss proved costly for Hansi Flick and his side.
Photo by Matthias Hangst/Getty Images

Bayern put in a brave effort but it was not enough to undo the damage from the first leg; Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting scored a good goal late in the first half. Bayern had to count on Manuel Neuer and their lucky stars for not conceding in this game.

A tired Bayern huffed and puffed, pushed and pushed, but just could not find their way. It was a good effort and now, all that remains to be seen is what happens in the Bundesliga and what happens with Hansi Flick.

FT: PSG 0-1 Bayern Munich
Bayern Stats: 55.4% possession, 14 shots, 5 SOG, 85% passing
PSG Stats: 44.6% possession, 10 shots, 3 SOG, 82% passing
*It is better to assess who was available than who wasn’t for Bayern; the bench was really thin.
*This was Bayern’s first ever win at Parc des Princes. Bayern’s last away loss in the UEFA Champions League was in Parc des Princes under Carlo Ancelotti, 3-0.
*Stats from whoscored.com

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