Mbappe Becomes The Worst Nightmare For Messi After UCL Frustrations
By factfiles | self meida writer
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Last night the Champions league took a different twist. FC Barcelona the Spanish football giants went head on head with the French league 1 giants Paris Saint Germain (PSG) in a clash that Barcelona were given higher chances of winning.
Betting companies and professional analysts had give Barcelona high chance of winning giving an odd of 1.91 and since Paris Saint Germain (PSG) were the underdogs they were given an odd of 4.21.
But football is not determined by thoughts but the results after 90 minutes.
The night was not one of the nights that Barcelona fans would want to remember neither would the entire club want to remember. This was after they were beaten with a huge humiliating margin. The score line as at the end of the match was 4-1 in favor to PSG.
Kylian Mbappe Scored a hat trick making himself the worst nightmare for Messi. You remember he knocked him out of the 2018 World Cup and 2 years later he knocks him out of the champions League.
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