The Bavarians suffered a surprising defeat in their first match against Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday night and they will be heading to the second leg chasing a deficit. The current defending Champions conceded 3-2 at Allianz Arena and which gave the visitor three away goals advantage.
Kylan Mbappe was the guy who made the difference after scoring a brace against the high attacking Bayern Munich and this is the second time, he is scoring more goals against a big club after he scored a hat-trick against Barcelona.
Bayern Munich was impressive in the night despite losing the match, they dominated the match created a lot of chances but their forwards could not convert them into goals. The Bavarians had 31 shots in the night and only 12 were on target, they could have scored more if they had Robert Lewandowski.
Bayern Munich missed the Polish striker who was injured he could have won them the match. The striker is considered the best striker in European football and he inspired them last campaign winning them the treble.
Bayern also didn’t have former Arsenal player Serge Gnabry who had an illness and played with Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting as the main guy who wasted a lot of chances. Bayern will be hopeful the two forwards Gnabry and Lewandowski will be fit in their second on match next Tuesday.
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