FC Barcelona vs PSG

What will we see next Wednesday 10th at FC Barcelona’s football pitch?

After the draw 2-2 yesterday night at the Parc des Princes, Paris Saint-Germain have some hope for next week’s return leg against Barça. Leo Messi scored the first goal of the match 5 minutes before the first half. The former striker of FCB, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who was offside, equalised the result in the second half. Xavi scored a penalty for Barça. It seemed that the penalty would decide the game and the squat would fly back to Barcelona with a winning result. Unfortunately, just before the referee blew the whistle, PSG scored the last minute goal to go to Spain with some relief and hope.

FCBarcelona played a blinder to beat Milan at Camp Nou turning an unfavourable final result in Italy (2-0) into a memorable 4-0 victory in order to reach a further step to gain the Champion’s League. The second leg of the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals will be played at Camp Nou, in Barcelona, on Wednesday 10th April. At this stage, Barça are still the favourites as they play in their local stadium but the team are now facing a defensive crisis. Mascherano got injured during the match and coach Tito Vilanova, who came back after a 2-month cancer treatment in New York, is already missing his captain Carles Puyol. Plus, Leo Messi will be absent next week due to his injury while playing yesterday. The Catalan squat won the UEFA Cup Winner’s Cup final beating the French in 1997. We’ll see. Fingers crossed, then. It will be a neck-and-neck duel at the football pitch for sure. On one hand, FCB need to circulate and control the ball well without being nervous. On the other, the defensive line must show concentration and be attentive. Anything could happen and any team can win.



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