The team from the French capital collides with one of the Champions League revelations as they intend to enter the decisive match in the top European competition for the first time.
Paris Saint-Germain faces this Tuesday a new appointment with which he can rewrite his history, when he is faced with RB Leipzig in the semifinals of the UEFA champions league. In the duel to be played at the Da Luz Stadium in Lisbon, the French capital team will go in search of an unprecedented final in the highest continental competition.
Those led by Thomas Tuchel come from achieving a victory suffered over Atalanta at the end of the match, with two goals in the span of 150 seconds that deposited the team in the instance of the best four of this postponed UCL 2019/20.
There are several issues that PSG will have to improve, since Neymar found himself very alone during the crossing against Bergamo and did not achieve the desired connection in the offensive with Mauro Icardi. This time it is expected that Kylian Mbappé can enjoy more time on the court after he evolved from the injury to his right ankle, and he will show great influence and his imbalance in the minutes he managed to play against the Italians.
Another positive recovery that the Gauls will have will be that of Ángel Di María, important for his speed and how he manages to get involved in the goals of his team. In fact, he was one of the architects in the last Ligue 1 consecration campaign.
On the side of the surprising Julian Nagelsmann team, he relies on his great collective game, the talent of Dani Olmo and the incidence of Marcel Sabitzel, who participated in seven goals in his last six games in the Champions League (four goals and two assists) .
Paris Saint Germain: Sergio Rico; Kehrer, Thiago Silva, Kimpembe, Bernat; Marquinhos, Herrera, Di María; Mbappé, Neymar and Icardi.
RB Leipzig: Gulasci; Klostermann, Upamecano, Halstenberg; Laimer, Sabitzer, Kampl, Angeliño: Nkunku, Dani Olmo and Poulsen.
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