PSG won Wednesday against Liverpool (2-1) at the Parc des Princes on the fifth day of the Champions League group stage. A victory that allowed Thomas Tuchel's men to get closer to eighth.
They stand firm. Despite ending the match with pressure, the Parisists were logically charged against Liverpool (2-1), thanks to goals from Juan Bernat and Neymar, Wednesday, November 28, during their final group match in the championship league.
PSG, second in the group, now have all the cards in hand to qualify for the last 16. A draw against Belgrade on December 11 will be enough to continue the adventure. This is an important matter of the meeting.
The PSG should ideally start with a very high 45-minute game where we don't recognize the swirling Liverpool team and the distinctive style of the fast counter. However, it would be a little presumptuous to talk about reference matches for Paris.
Admittedly, they have included Liverpool in the second half, but have given up on building up their actions and often limit themselves to swinging balloons. Only the first period showed that Paris had the quality to hold back the great Europe. A little like against Napoli in the previous match. PSG hasn't made a convincing match for 90 minutes.