Today's UEFA Champions League witnessed a lot of action as the European biggest competition returns to action.
Two matches were played today as the first leg of the quarterfinals stage has been completed which saw Paris Saint-German and Chelsea picking up vital away wins.
Today's UEFA Champions League quarterfinals fixtures saw Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea defeating FC Porto at the Estadio Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán while Paris Saint-German defeats Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena stadium.
Porto 0-2 Chelsea:
Just like many predicted, Chelsea emerged victorious in a convincing victory against FC Porto Estadio Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán with Mason Mount scoring a fine goal and Benjamin Chilwell scoring a fantastic goal after dribbling two players.
FC Porto was unable to withstand Chelsea's attack but did have some key moments to turn the game around but we're unable to penetrate a rough Chelsea's defence. Thomas Tuchel killed off the game when he introduced Ngolo Kante and Thiago Silva to stabilize the game.
Chelsea hanged on to see off a win and now have a massive advantage ahead of the second leg next week.
Bayern Munich 2-3 Paris Saint-German.
A well-deserved victory for Maurizio Pochettino's PSG as they stunned Bayern Munich to cruised to a narrow win at the Allianz Arena stadium.
It was Kylian Mbappe who ran the show for PSG as he scored twice to gift Maurizio Pochettino's men three vital away goals ahead of the return leg in France.
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