The first boy went to Paris. In a real game, PSG beat Bayern Munich 3-2 in Germany in the Champions League quarter-finals and took a small lead heading into next week's rematch. A few weeks ago, when the bolillero marked that the final of last season was reissued, many forecasts were broken since both the German and French teams were, once again, the main candidates to stay with this edition of the Orejona. However, fate would have them meet in the quarterfinals and they didn't disappoint.
The start started with pure emotion as in just two minutes, Kylian Mbappé put his team ahead with a strong shot at the near post that Manuel Neuer could not contain. The partial victory made those led by Mauricio Pochettino bet on the counterattack to take advantage of the spaces left by the Bavarian background, with the speed of Neymar, Mbappé and Di María. The second came at 28, after a good pass from Ney to Marquinhos and that this, free of mark, marked the 2-0 partial.
The hosts' coach, Hans Dieter Flick, saw no reaction from his team, to the point that before the first stage was over, he made two changes. Bayern's discount came from above, with a header from Choupo-Moting. The German striker was a starter due to the absence of Robert Lewandoski and complied with the former's law, as he played for PSG for two seasons.
Already in the complement, Keylor Navas was of vital importance to maintain the victory of the visit, although at 15, Thomas Müller with a header would tie the game. But there was still one more emotion missing in the meeting, and it was the work of Mbappé again. The Frenchman received from the left, entered the area, settled on his right and took a dry shot at the near post that would be the final 3-2.
Thus, Poche's team continues with the illusion of being able to advance in this Champions League and be able to eliminate nothing less than the current champion, but for that, they must complete the task in Paris next Tuesday.