Bayern Munich football club booked their spot in the quarter final of the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday night, following their impressive 2-0 victory over Paris Saint Germain football club at Allianz Arena.
Both Bayern Munich football club and Paris Saint Germain football club have been doing pretty well in their respective Leagues since the beginning of the season, and they were able to prove themselves again on Wednesday, but Bayern Munich football club secured a convincing victory.
Paris Saint Germain football club have been able to win their last three matches, and they started the game against Bayern Munich football club with the hope of getting a victory, but they lost by 2-0.
Two second half goals from Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting and Leroy Sane gave Bayern Munich football club a convincing 2-0 victory, and that helped them to qualify for the quarter-final of the UEFA Champions League on 3-0 on aggregate.
Here are the three players to blame for Paris Saint Germain football club's embarrassing defeat against Bayern Munich football club in the return leg of the round of 16 of the UEFA Champions League;
The FIFA Best Men's Player of the year award winner was not impressive for Paris Saint Germain football club in the game, and he was unable to help his team to get a goal in the game.
The former AS Monaco football club star was given another starting role by coach Christophe Galtier, following his outstanding performance for the club in their last game, but he was unable to make an impact on the pitch against Bayern Munich football club.
The former Real Madrid football club captain started in Paris Saint Germain football club's defence line and he was unable to coordinate his team's defence, as they conceded two goals in the second half.
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