Pochettino's boys were beaten yesterday by Pep Guardiola's boys at Etihad Stadium. They initially scored in the 50th minute of the game, but they couldn't hold onto it for long as Raheem Sterling found the back of their net in the 63rd minutes before Gabriel Jesus scored the decisive goal, which killed their dream of being at the top of their group.
However, according to the report by @ESPN FC, they've revealed the set of teams that the French giants are likely to face in their next phase of the UEFA Champions League.
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Here is why they are likely to face these 6 big teams below;
According to the rule sponsoring the Champions League, the winner of a group is going to play with teams that are in the 2nd position from another group. Had they topped their table, they wouldn't be drawn with these top tough teams.
Do you think PSG is going to make it through this round? Kindly reveal your thoughts in the comment section.
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