PSG have been held by Portuguese giants Benfica as both teams settle for a 1-1 draw in their third Uefa Champions League game, MySportDab reports.
PSG were on top of their game as the first half began with Parisians looking to maintain their perfect record in the competition.
It was a competitive game between both teams as the game progressed, but the visitors were more dominant.
The home side were more prolific when charging forward, with the host precisely directing all their five shots on target.
PSG had three shots in the game with only two targets in the first half but were able to complete more passes and dominate their Benfica in terms of possession.
In the 22nd minute, Lionel Messi opened the scoring for PSG with an assist from Brazilian star Neymar.
In the 41st minute, an own goal by Danilo leveled the scores for the Primeira giants making 1-1.
Both sides could no longer make anything happen in the game as they pressed each other for another lead.
The first ended with both sides going into the break with a draw.
The second half began with PSG increasing the pressure on Benfica as the game progressed.
The Parisians now had a slight advantage over Benfica in the game and were becoming more aggressive.
Benfica equally put up a solid performance to stop the onslaught while waiting to pound on counter-attacks.
The game continued with both sides unable to find the back of the net, with the scoreline still standing at 1-1 draw.
PSG ramped up their attempts as the game entered the 60th minute with a series of chances created, but they could not convert them.
The game finally ended with PSG being held by the Portuguese giants, with both sides sharing the spoils.