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PSG vs Barcelona: Thrilling Quarterfinal Clash

The UEFA Champions League quarterfinal clash between Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) and Barcelona was a pulsating encounter that left fans on the edge of their seats. With attacking prowess, dramatic twists, and standout performances, this match will be etched in football history.

Match Overview

Barcelona emerged victorious with a 3-2 win over PSG in the first leg at the Parc des Princes. Let’s delve into the key moments and stats that defined this enthralling contest.


  • Raphinha’s Breakaway Goal: Barcelona struck first in the 37th minute, courtesy of Raphinha’s clinical finish.
  • Second-Half Fireworks: The match exploded after halftime. PSG responded with two quickfire goals from Ousmane Dembele (48) and Vitinha (50), turning the tie in their favor.
  • Super Subs: Barcelona’s substitutes played a pivotal role. Pedri set up Raphinha for a stunning equalizer via a volley (62).
  • Christensen’s Late Winner: Former Chelsea defender Andreas Christensen nodded in the match-settling goal from close range (77), securing Barcelona’s advantage.


  • Shots: PSG and Barcelona combined for 30-plus shots during this attacking spectacle.
  • Woodwork Drama: PSG hit the woodwork twice through Bradley Barcola and Dembele.


The stage is set for the decisive return fixture in Barcelona. PSG faces an uphill battle, while Barcelona aims to consolidate their lead. Football fans worldwide eagerly await the second leg on Tuesday, April 16.

Stay tuned for more Champions League drama! 

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