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    Find the ratings of Parisian players

    After the 3-2 victory against Bayern in Munich!

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    Navas (7.5)

    Still and always decisive for PSG. He notably released two consecutive attempts from Goretzka (19th) and Pavard (20th) and responded to the many easier interventions of the Bavarians, in particular in front of Müller or Choupo.

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    Dagba (4)

    Even if he saves his team from an intervention in front of Coman (26th), the young right-back took the water against the Bayern winger. He contained more Coman in the second half before sinking again at the end of the match. He defends badly on the huge opportunity of Alaba (86th).

  • 4/12

    Marquinhos (not rated), Herrera (6.5)

    Touched in the adductors, the captain played only the first 30 minutes of the game. But he was invaluable defensively and scored the 2nd Parisian goal on a magnificent opening from Neymar (28th). Entered the game, Herrera made Herrera by being very valuable in his role of number 6: he gave everything in each duel.

  • 5/12

    Kimpembe (7)

    “Presko” was particularly imperial in the second half, even if he was beaten by Müller on the 2-2 (60th). He notably against a center of Sané (75th).

  • 6/12

    Diallo (4) and Bakker (4)

    Aligned on the left of the defense, Diallo ran a lot in the void against Sané. He was less in difficulty than Dagba but was replaced at half-time by Bakker (4). The Dutch side has also suffered a lot.

  • 7/12

    Danilo (6)

    A warrior match. He played very close to his central defenders at the start of the match, before replacing Marquinhos at the hinge in the 30th minute. He was passed on the goal of Choupo (37th) but chained the interventions.

  • 8/12

    Gueye (6)

    Draft early in the match, he ramped up recovery by scratching balls in front of his defense and then going to the pressing. He did good to his team during the second half.

  • 9/12

    Di Maria (5.5)

    Right midfielder, he is at the origin of the first Parisian goal (3rd) then defended rather low and tried to engage the cons. In the second half, he missed a great opportunity (52nd) before throwing Mbappé on the 3rd goal (68th).

  • 10/12

    Neymar (7)

    In 10 at kickoff, he shifts Mbappé perfectly in the area for the opening of the entry score (3rd) before finding Marquinhos beautifully for the 2nd goal (28th). He then played physically diminished in the second half and missed a huge opportunity in front of Neuer (52nd).

  • 11/12

    Draxler (5)

    Aligned on the left, he tried to restart as calmly as possible, but was unsuccessful in his dribbling. He quickly passed away in the second half.

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    Mbappé (8)

    It exploded again during a European night as against Barça at Camp Nou. Entry scorer with some success (3rd), he continued to hurt Munich defenders. He waited for another opportunity to make the difference and gave his team back the advantage by striking easily in front of Boateng (68 ‘).

Paris Saint-Germain center-back Marquinhos is said to be highly uncertain for the second leg of the Champions League quarter-finals.

While it managed to achieve a very good result on German soil (2-3), the French team also lost one of its best defensive elements. Forced to give way to the 30e minute of play, Wednesday night, against the Bayern Munich after scoring his second goal, the Parisian captain was hit in the groin. According to information from the team, the entourage of Marquinhos seems pessimistic about the presence of the Brazilian next Tuesday for the return match at Parc des Princes.

Marquinhos will take exams

The Parisian defender will take exams this Friday morning in order to know the exact nature of his injury and the duration of unavailability after RMC. He will certainly miss the trip to Strasbourg, this Saturday, in League 1. In the absence of Marquinhos against the Bavarian ogre, Mauricio Pochettino should most likely start Danilo Pereira next to Presnel kimpembe in central defense.

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