The second leg of champions league quarter finals stage has ended with Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich ending in a 0-1 victory for Munich, but from aggregate of 3-3 Paris Saint-Germain has made it to the semi finals stage of the champions league.
There are different highlights from the match which includes the only goal scored by Choupo-Moting for Bayern Munich. From the match, Paris Saint-Germain had two yellow cards awarded to Colin Dagba and Ander Herrera while Munich also got two yellow cards by Thomas Mueller and David Alaba.
See some top highlights from the Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich Champions League match which was filled with different turning points for both sides.
See some reactions of football fans to some moments during the match below.
Many fans have reacted to the decision making capabilities of the Bayern Munich winger named, Leroy Sane. While others believe that the outcome of the game would have been different if Munich had it's star player, Robert Lewandowski on the field.
The match which favoured Paris Saint-Germain because of the 3-3 aggregate, saw many missed goal changes for both teams, and these fans have reacted to the performance those players who have cost them a game during the match.
What do you think about the outcome of this match? Let us know through the comments below.
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