Paris Saint-Germain came from behind to beat RB Leipzig 3-2 in Tuesday's UEFA Champions League encounter played in France. Kylian Mbappe put PSG ahead after just nine minutes but the lead was shortlived by Andre Silva 19 minutes later to ensure the first half ended on even term.
Paris Saint-Germain continues to dazzle outstandingly in the UEFA Champions League, as they pulled off a masterclass comeback against RB Leipzig yesterday, and they are literally above Manchester City in their group-stage table. Of course, Lionel Messi performed impressively as he bagged a brace, and he single-handedly gave the Pochettino's men 3 points last night.
The third match of the UEFA Champions’ league Group stage is finally over, with lots of team already showing their goal scoring prowess, as there was a total of 59 goals between all the participating teams (Lille and Sevilla’s match was the only match not to have recoded as goal, as they drew 0-0 on their third match in Group G).
The Frenchman believes Lionel Messi will win the Ballon d'Or this year. Kylian believes the Argentine striker deserves to win the 2021 Ballon d’Or, adding that Lionel Messi is the best player in the world. Kylian Mbappe said this following Paris Saint Germain Champions League 3-2 victory over RB Leipzig yesterday night.
Manchester United football club were undoubtedly one of the few active Premier League clubs during the just-concluded summer transfer window. The Red Devils are keen on winning their first piece of silverware under the management of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and have splashed the cash to sign Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane to strengthen their squad.
The Champions League tournament will resume on Tuesday, the second day of October, 2021. For now, let us look at the highest goalscorers in the Champions League so far. 10. Lionel Messi: The Argentine has scored 3 goals in 3 appearances for Paris Saint Germain so far.
Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi both shone for their teams during round three of the UEFA Champions League, which ended yesterday. PSG battled with RB Leipzig on Tuesday and fortunately, claimed a difficult 3-2 win. After Mbappe scored PSG's first goal of the night, Messi stepped up and converted a beautiful tap-in, and, moments later, scored a nice game-winning penalty to seal PSG's win.
The UEFA Champions League is still in session and Matchday 3 just concluded on Wednesday. Many teams lost and many teams won, some dropping points and some accumulating points. Check out the current UCL Standings below from first to the last position in each group. Group A
Liverpool football club were able to secure a 3:2 win against Atletico Madrid football club yesterday in Spain, but their performance was relatively poor as they had very few standout performers in the game. Some of the players who failed to make an impact yesterday have been performing poorly this season and they should be dropped.
PSG defeated RB Leipzig 3-2 in their Champions League encounter on matchday 3. Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe were on the scoresheet for the French giants. Messi scored two goals to help PSG get all three points. Even with Messi saving the team they are still not clear from the challenges that lie ahead of them.
These 5 players were outstanding for their club in the UEFA Champions League Matchday 3 and I have decided to select the 6 players who scored a brace on Tuesday. 1. Paris Saint Germain V Leipzig: Lionel Messi (2 Goals) Lionel Messi inspired PSG victory over RB Leipzig last night, the Argentine captain scored a brace last night.
Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday 19 October 2021 beat RB Leipzig 3-2 in their group A Champions League match. Paris Saint-Germain lead their group with seven points from three games. They are closely followed by English Champions, Manchester City who have six points. Though Paris Saint-Germain lead their Champions League group, their performance are far from the results you see.
Paris Saint-Germain made their return to UEFA Champions League football action yesterday as they welcomed RB Leipzig to the Parc Des Princes on Tuesday evening. The Parisians came behind to narrowly defeat RB Leipzig 3-2 in order to secure all three important points as they currently top their group A table.
Paris Saint-Germain have Lionel Messi to thank for their 3-2 win over RB Leipzig at the Parc des Princes on Tuesday night, in their third game of this season's Champions League group stage. Lionel Messi scored twice in the 67th and 74 minutes to secure all 3 points for Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday.
The third group match of the 2021/2022 UEFA Champions League is finally over, as there were lots of twist and turns from various teams. The group matches which started on Tuesday, saw the likes of Manchester City (City won Club Brugge 5-1), Paris Saint Germain (PSG won RB Leipzig 3-2), Liverpool (Atletico lost to Liverpool by 3 goals), FC Porto (AC Milan lost 1-0 to Porto), Sporting CP (Sporting won Besiktas 4-1), Ajax (Ajax defeated Broussia Dortmund 4-0), Inter Milan (FC Sheriff lost their first champions league match to Inter Milan in a 3-1 encounter) and Real Madrid (Madrid defeated Shakhtar Donetsk 5-0) securing all three points in the various groups (A total of 35 goals was scored).
Photo Credit: Twitter PSG won RB Leipzig 3-2 yesterday during their UCL Group stage game. Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe inspired the win by scoring for the French club. PSG attacked so well yesterday and it is believed to be because Neymar was not around. Photo Credit: Twitter
The Champions League was back in town after a lengthy international break that seemed to last an eternity. This week's action included some spectacular thrillers involving Europe's major guns, including pivotal matches for Liverpool and PSG against Atletico Madrid and RB Leipzig, respectively. Here are the results of the games that went down this midweek.
RB Leipzig vs Greuther Furth Lukas Klostermann (Torn Muscle Fibre), Brian Brobbey (Muscle Injury), Dani Olmo (Torn Muscle Fibre), Marcel Halstenberg (Tear in a joint capsule) and Marcelo Saracchi (Cruciate Ligament Rupture) won’t be able to feature for RB Leipzig gaffer Jesse Marsch.
Man united and City interested in Leipzig star Dani Olmo is a subject of interest for both Manchester United and Manchester City. One of the Manchester clubs could approach RB Leipzig for the 23-year-old Spain international when the transfer market reopens in January. The midfielder, who is a product of the famed La Masia academy, is also being courted by FC Barcelona.
Bayern Munich have confirmed that coach Julian Nagelsmann has tested positive for coronavirus on Wednesday. The 34-year-old will now travel back from Lisbon separately from the squad before going into isolation once back in Bavaria. The former RB Leipzig boss was absent for his side's third Champions League clash of the season, which ended in another flawless victory.