The Champions League quarter finals between the France giants PSG and Atalanta was one of the most viewed and watched UCL match in history. Both teams were so much interested in Qualifying to the next stage. Atalanta have been a threat in the whole competition while PSG has skipped so many obstacles like Borussia Dotmund to reach the quarter finals.
Last night match saw Atalanta being the first one in the score sheet with their new boy from Chelsea Mario Pasalic scoring in the 26th minutes. The Italian club were through to the semi finals until the late goals from Marquinhos in the 90th minutes and Choupo- Mouting's goals during the 90+3 minutes. It was so heartbreaking for Atalanta to watch PSG celebrating their qualifications to the semi finals.
PSG has spend over 1.2 billions in the last 15 years and they have qualified for the semi finals for the first since 1995. This will be a great motivation for them to win the most precious and prestigious trophy in football.
The match showed Neymar jnr being awarded the MOTM but instead he awarded it to Choupo-Mouting who scored their winner game in the match.
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