Paris Saint-Germain, the game now
Paris Saint-Germain has already qualified for the knockout stages of the Champions League and secured second place in its group, and faces Brugge in the Parc des Princes in a match without a stake for the capital club from an accounting point of view. However, it can specifically allow for the introduction of the game and thus act as a catalyst for the upcoming matches.
Paris Saint-Germain Bruges
07/12/2021 at 6:45 pm.
Seasons follow each other and are similar for PSG who used to not press on the last day of their Champions League group. Since the arrival of the Qataris, the club from the capital has played its only qualification in the round of 16 of C1 in the group final match once. It was 2018, and PSG won without arguing at Red Star Park in Belgrade (1-4). So yes, that last match was often decisive for first place in the group and the status of the seed in the next round that accompanies it, but it wasn’t enough to play with fear in the stomach. This year, as in 2019, PSG have absolutely nothing to hope for from an accounting point of view because they will finish everything that happens at the end of this meeting against Brugge in second place in the group. At the time, Galatasaray, who, like the Belgian club on Tuesday night, hoped to loosen the opponent a bit due to circumstances, had eaten 5-0. But it makes no sense to say that the dynamics of the current PSG are not the same as in the winter of 2019.
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