Wednesday, February 28

Paris Saint-Germain vs. Bayern Munich: Tie level at 3-3 on aggregate with 30 minutes left

60’- The goal was awarded to Lea Schüller on the deflection. Thirty minutes left. All level.

55’- GOAL FC BAYERN! Klara Bühl equalizes from outside the box after a deflection. Bayern are up 2-1 on the day and have equalized 3-3 on aggregate. What a performance!

46’- Second half is underway.

Halftime: Paris Saint-Germain 1-1 (3-2) Bayern Munich

Bayern put up a hell of a fight in the first half, and quite frankly, they outplayed PSG for the majority of things. The second half is going to be a battle as tired legs take over Bayern. They were missing twelve players at the weekend against Essen, and those same twelve are gone today. Can they find at least one more before PSG’s fresher legs kick in?

19’- GOAL FC BAYERN! A set piece in the box falls to Kumagai who puts it into the back of the net to equalize for Bayern at 1-1. It’s now 3-2 PSG on aggregate.

18’- Goal PSG. Sandy Baltimore lifts a cross into the box into the far corner, and Leitzig mistimes her jump and flaps at the ball as it ends up in the back of the net. 1-0 PSG.

1- We’re underway in Paris, and here are the lineups.

If Bayern Munich want to advance to the Semifinals of the UEFA Women’s Champions League, they’ve got the deck stacked against them heading into today’s second leg. The Bavarians played well in the first leg and were extremely unlucky to lose 1-2 to Paris Saint-Germain. Now, Bayern will have to turn things around with a depleted squad on the road.

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Bayern will be short TWELVE players in the second leg. Linda Dallmann, Jovana Damnjanović, Franziska Kett, Karólína Lea Vilhjálmsdóttir, Carina Wenninger, Sarah Zadrazil and Maximiliane Rall are out due to testing positive for COVID. Viviane Asseyi will be missing due to a yellow-card suspension. Laura Benkarth, Ivana Rudelić, Marina Hegering and Maria Luisa Grohs are also all still missing due to long-term injuries.

“I still have a good feeling. We’ll field a good team,” head coach Jens Scheuer said. “I’m looking forward to the game.

Do or die. Go big or go home.

It’s Bayern time.

Match Info

Location: Parc des Princes, Paris, France

Time: 9:00 pm local time, 3:00 pm EDT

TV/streaming: YouTube, Find Your Country

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