As the second leg of the quarterfinals is set for tonight, PSG and Chelsea football club have great opportunities to making it to the semis. The Parisians have a 3–2 goal aggregate against Bayern while on the other hand, the Blues boasts 2–0 against Porto, both on away.
UCL is full of drama with some historical comebacks in which within the ninety minutes of play anything is possible. Pochettino's boys have been on the receiving end on two occasions, first with Barcelona after letting go a 4–1 first leg aggregate and second a 2–0 against Manchester United. Although Tuchel's men have not been through this, he tested this kind of feeling against United.
Fc Porto will be coming into this match with full hopes of being the underdogs. With their star player Sergio Oliveira in action, this won't be a tough task to make given the shambles in Chelsea's defense. All they will need today to knockout their English counterparts are either a scoreline of 3–0 or 3–1 in which the latter will take them up on away goals.
On the other hand, the Bavarians are still the team to beat although they were beaten 3–2 at home thanks to Mbappe's brace. The Germans will be in a hard task to stop the star-studded PSG from scoring as they only seek a 2–0 win to proceed to the next stage of this competition.
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