Drama as PSG scored twice in stoppage-time to seal an incredible comeback to shatter Atalanta and reach the Uefa Champions League semi-finals for the first time in 25 years. The match ended 2-1 in favor of PSG who dominated much of the possession. Atalanta scored just 26 minutes after kick off with Mario Pasalic curling in a beautiful opener.
With less than ten minutes remaining and PSG chasing Champions League survival, coach Thomas Tuchel brought in the Ex-Stoke man Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting to add firepower to his trailing side .The ex-Stoke man came off the bench to put PSG in the lead late on and what a turnaround it was!
With just 149 seconds between PSG's dramatic late goals, they snatched victory in added time. Marquinhos side-footed the ball and it deflected in. Kylian Mbappe's stellar performance inspired PSG to produce Stunning comeback against Atalanta as Stoke flop Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting netted injury-time winner.
Keylor Navas was taken off due to an injury and could be a major blow to the PSG side if he misses the semi-finals.
Neymar was named King of the Match having completed 16 take-ons vs Atalanta, the most by a player in a single Uefa Champions League game so far this season. Neymar won 9 fouls also the most by a player in a single Champions League game so far this season.His overall competition record is just bonkers.
Coach Thomas Tuchel was impressed by his side after the incredible come back.
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