Time Messi To Prove His Worth For Ambitious PSG


The glamour tie of the last 16 pits Real Madrid against PSG, with the visitors holding a slender 1-0 advantage after Kylian Mbappe’s blockbuster last-gasp winner at the Parc des Princes three weeks ago.

After a colossal first leg of epic proportions, these two huge clubs, with A list casts, go head-to-head for a quarter-final place with PSG facing a daunting task of protecting a slim first-leg advantage at the Bernabeu.


With this year’s final having been moved to Stade de France in Paris, what better time for PSG to win their first continental crown?

Real Madrid in contrast are this competition’s record winners, with 13 titles to their name, including in 2014, 2016, 2017 and 2018. However, since defeating Liverpool in Kyiv, los Blancos have won just two of five knockout ties, falling at this stage to Ajax and Manchester City.


Real Madrid’s European pedigree is not up for debate, though, and Carlo Ancelotti’s side have at least responded to the 1-0 setback at PSG in…

Source: Complete Sports