Man City came from behind to beat PSG 2-1 with Gabriel Jesus scoring the winner, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
Both teams had a fair share of the first half which was evenly balanced with opportunities coming through from both ends.
Man City had it all good with the game in the early stages as they pushed forward in numbers looking to get the opening goal which failed to happen.
The visiting side PSG were solid in their defending as they also created few opportunities of their own which didn’t get past the goalkeeper.
It was looking so tactical between the two teams who were unable to find a breakthrough as they approached the final few stages of the first half.
The game finally came to an end with Man City and PSG playing a 0-0 scoreline as they both headed inside for the break without anything good.
Second Half Report
The second half was so much different from how things played out in the first 45 minutes which no goal was scored between the two teams.
Kylian Mbappe scored in the 50th minute of the second half to give PSG a 0-1 lead from an outstanding teamwork effort which saw the World Cup winner getting the goal.
Man City continued doing what they know how to do best when things get difficult as they didn’t take long to level things 1-1 in the 63rd minute through Raheem Sterling.
The game opened up with both teams back on level terms which see more opportunities coming but none could go past the goalkeeper from both clubs who had solid defense.
The Premier League side scored another goal to take a 2-1 lead in the 77th minute through Gabriel Jesus who was assisted by Bernardo Silva.
The game ended with Man City sealing the come back and won the match 2-1 against PSG who need a win to make it into the next round.
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