PSG Vs Real Madrid 2nd Leg will play for a place to qualify for the quarterfinals of the Champions League at (Bernabeu) home on Wednesday 9th March 2022.
Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain met for the first leg of the Champions League last-16 showdown at the Parc des Princes on Tuesday, 15 February where PSG won the night.
Highlights of The Last Match:
Both the sides played out a goalless first half making the first leg very strained for the fans. The Frenchmans were in the thick of the action by attacking but Thibaut Courtois stood firm to deny him in a 1 on 1. The madridistas fate seemed very devastating. The attacking led to their first chance of the night in injury time as Toni Kroos whipping in a corner that Casemiro met, that failed to find the target.
Kylian Mbappe was the most dangerous player for PSG. It was his late move which made the difference between the sides and created devils own look for the PSG. Moreover, Casemiro is suspended for the second leg with a header late in the first half of the last game. Lastly Lionel Messi had a penalty saved by the great Thibaut Courtois.
Latest News & Updates for the Match at Estadio Santiago Bernabeu:
Real Madrid vs PSG will face each other in the second leg of Champions League scheduled for 8pm GMT kick-off Wednesday night, March 9, 2022.
According to the news Federico Valverde is now fit to play for Madrid after overcoming the flu. Toni Kroos is also in full swing, being available for selection. Ferland Mendy is banned but regular back-up Marcelo remains a bit of a doubt having picked up a knock last time out.
On the other hand Mbappe is now expected to be fit to line up for PSG despite suffering an injury in training on Monday. However, updates say Mbappe is reported to be included in the starting 11 against Real Madrid at Santiago Bernabeu. Sergio Ramo, former Madrid captain, battles a calf injury which doubts his presence tonight.
Nuno Mendes is currently suffering from knee pain after the win over Saint-Étienne. On the other hand Achraf Hakimi picked up a thigh injury last week although the injury is not a serious one. According to the news he will not be included for the crucial game against Madrid.
Head to Head History & Results of PSG vs Madrid:
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After the first leg loss to PSG, Real Madrid have responded well by winning 3 games on the trot 4-1 over Real Sociedad. Whereas PSG have lost back-to-back away games following their 1-0 win against Real Madrid. This doesn’t bode well for the Parisian hustlers at the Bernabeu.
We’ve got the feeling that Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid should be able to score tomorrow night. Although it’s hard to pick a clear winner. With that in mind, we believe that it will be a 1-1 score draw at the end of the 90 minutes.