The UEFA Champions League is back after two weeks of international break. The competition's group A game kicked off at exactly 5:55 pm with a game between Club Brugge and Manchester City. The Premier League Club ventured into the game with the knowledge of losing a crucial match the last time in the UEFA Champions League against Paris Saint Germain.
The game kicked off with Manchester City wasting no time to get their first goal of the game through a beautiful goal by Portuguese full-back Jao Cancelo. Algerian international Mahrez doubled the lead in the 43rd minute before the halftime whistle.
Just a few minutes into the second half, Kelvin De Bruyne provided a beautiful assist for Kyle Walker to extend their lead to three. Young lad Palmer got the fourth goal. Club Brugge got their only goal of the game in the 81st minute before Mahrez scored the last goal of the game.
French Ligue1 team Paris Saint Germain was also at their best as the team saw the Bundesliga side off. Kylian Mbappe opened the scoring 9 minutes into the first half. Leipzig was able to get an equalizer in the 28th minute by Andre Silva. Leipzig took the lead, but it didn't last as the World Best Player earned his reputation by scoring twice to give the home side the lead.
The game was such a tough one, but Paris Saint Germain was able to show their quality.
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