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PSG vs Barcelona LIVE!

The Champions League quarter-finals take us to Paris tonight where reigning the reigning French and Spanish champions, Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona, meet in the first leg of their mouthwatering match-up.

Neither side has been without its issues on and off the pitch this season, yet both come into this clash on good form and with more than a superstar or two amongst their ranks. Kylian Mbappe will spearhead the PSG attack for a team which has not lost since November but is still chasing a first-ever Champions League trophy. Marquinhos will start at right-back in place of the suspended Achraf Hakimi.

Barcelona, in Xavi’s final season as coach, are themselves unbeaten in over two months and, with LaLiga out of their grasp, can put their full effort into a European charge. Frenkie de Jong has been named in their XI after injury with Pedri back on the bench. Follow PSG vs Barcelona LIVE via Standard Sport’s match blog!

PSG vs Barcelona highlights

  • GOAL! Raphinha breaks deadlock for Barcelona

  • GOAL! Dembele equaliser as second half starts

  • GOAL! Vitinha completes comeback moments later

  • GOAL! Raphinha pegs hosts back for 2-2

  • GOAL! Catalans come from behind to lead


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Barcelona sit on the ball and the away fans indulge themselves in some ‘Ole, ole!’ chants before Anthony Taylor blows the full-time whistle!

PSG 2-3 Barcelona | 90+3 mins

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Kylian Mbappe sees his name up in lights and has to settle for a corner after a deflection.

In it comes from Ousmane Dembele… straight at Marc-Andre ter Stegen.

Barcelona nearly there.

PSG 2-3 Barcelona | 90+2 mins

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Patient stuff from Les Parisiens before a chipped in towards Goncalo Ramos.

It’s overhit and the striker’s tumble is waved away.

PSG 2-3 Barcelona | 90 mins

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Still lots of space in this game and the board goes up for FOUR added minutes.

PSG 2-3 Barcelona | 89 mins

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Fermin Lopez booked for dissent after Lucas Beraldo steamrolls through a Barcelona attacker. That’s a booking for the PSG defender, first and foremost.

PSG 2-3 Barcelona | 88 mins

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Andreas Christensen booked for a cynical one and he’s now ruled out for the second leg.

Both the Dane and Sergi Roberto will be banned for Barcelona.

PSG 2-3 Barcelona | 87 mins

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Ousmane Dembele spins onto his weaker foot in the box and lofts a shot-cross towards Kylian Mbappe… he’s nowhere near it in reality, and offside.

Not a good night for Mbappe. So far…

PSG 2-3 Barcelona | 85 mins

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PSG fans and players make a hopeful appeal for a penalty as Vitinha goes down in a tangle with Andreas Christensen.

VAR has a look but it’s about the box in any case.

More changes coming as Fermin Lopez replaces Ilkay Gundogan for Barcelona. PSG make an attack-minded swap, Goncalo Ramos on for Fabian Ruiz.

Goal in Madrid!

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Borussia Dortmund with a vital goal as they cut the deficit to Atletico Madrid.

Sebastien Haller scores and the Spanish side lead 2-1.

PSG 2-3 Barcelona | 82 mins

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Yellow card for Pau Cubarsi after he hauls down Bradley Barcola, as the teenager shows he’s decent at rugby as well as football.

Watch Andreas Christensen head Barcelona in front

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More twists and turns than Nemesis Inferno, this match.

PSG 2-3 Barcelona | 80 mins

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Into the final ten minutes and don’t think for a second that this game is done!

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GGGGOOOOOAAAALLLLL!!! PSG 2-3 Barcelona | Christensen, 77′

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Vital clearance by Nuno Mendes as Joao Felix nearly picks out Ferran Torres with a crisp cross from deep on the left.

Ilkay Gundogan’s corner finds Andreas Christensen…


PSG 2-2 Barcelona | 76 mins

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Vitinha snatches possession and feeds Ousmane Dembele quick as a flash. The Frenchman looks to shoot across goal but cracks the outside of the post!

Frenkie de Jong and Raphinha then depart as Barcelona summon Andreas Christensen and Ferran Torres.

PSG 2-2 Barcelona | 74 mins

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Joao Felix takes aim after nifty work from Pedri yet his swinging shot is at a good height for Gianluigi Donnarumma to collect.

PSG 2-2 Barcelona | 71 mins

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Decent chance for Bradley Barcola as he gets in behind and Ronald Araujo’s superb sliding tackle blocks his shot.

PSG 2-2 Barcelona | 69 mins

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Raphinha, on a hat-trick, stands over a free-kick a little under 30 yards from goal, a little to the right.

He strikes low and Gianluigi Donnarumma holds onto it!

Watch Raphinha score his second for Barcelona

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Talk about an instant impact from Pedri.

PSG 2-1 Barcelona | 61 mins

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Joao Felix and Pedri enter the fray for Barcelona, off come Lamine Yamal and Sergi Roberto.

Lee Kang-in off as PSG introduce Warren Zaire-Emery.

PSG 2-2 Barcelona | 66 mins

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Vitinha booked for a high boot on Joao Felix.

PSG 2-2 Barcelona | 65 mins

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You thought last night was fun? This has been another Champions League cracker – and it’s only the first leg!

Still 25 minutes left to find a winner in Paris tonight.

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GGGGGOOOOOAAALLLL!! PSG 2-2 Barcelona | Raphinha, 62′

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Pedri straight into the thick of it with a superb ball to find Raphinha, who finishes with aplomb!

PSG 2-1 Barcelona | 59 mins

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A good spell of possession has PSG probing for a third and Lee Kang-in tumbles softly in the box. No dice.

PSG 2-1 Barcelona | 55 mins

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Bradley Barcola escapes into space and his shot is tipped onto the woodwork by Marc-Andre ter Stegen.

Watch Vitinha put PSG ahead

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Superb football!

PSG 2-1 Barcelona | 53 mins

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Where does this game go next?

Well, straight up the other end is the answer and Robert Lewandowski badly skews a header off target from a decent position.

GGGGGGOOOOOAAALLLLL!!!! PSG 2-1 Barcelona | Vitinha, 51′

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Slick move by PSG and Fabian Ruiz plays in the Portuguese midfielder perfectly and he rolls home!

Wow wow wow! PSG ahead out of nothing.

GGGGOOOOOOOAAAALLLLLLL!!!! PSG 1-1 Barcelona | 48 mins

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The former Barcelona winger’s pass is a little overhit by Kylian Mbappe but he doesn’t give up on it and the cross is turned back to Dembele.

He cuts onto his left and smashes an absolute rocket into the roof of the net!

PSG 0-1 Barcelona | 47 mins

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Bradley Barcola has gone to the right flank for PSG, pushing Ousmane Dembele into the middle and Kylian Mbappe wide left. Marquinhos has also gone to central defence, swapping with Lucas Hernandez.

Vitinha tries to level the score by force – smacking a long-range strike over the bar.


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PSG substitution. Marco Asensio off for Bradley Barcola, who returned from injury to be named on the bench.

The second half begins!

Elsewhere in the Champions League

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A big night for the Spanish teams so far as Atletico Madrid lead Borussia Dortmund 2-0. Both goals came via big errors from the Germans.

Work to do for Luis Enrique

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Paris Saint-Germain have had plenty of the ball and got into some dangerous positions, yet they lack that extra piece of magic to crowbar open this stout Barcelona defence.

Kylian Mbappe has been crowded out in a central position and there’s a lack of service from Lee Kang-in and Ousmane Dembele despite both getting into some good positions.

Barcelona are choosing their moments to attack hard and fast impeccably. Their game management has been spot on tonight and Raphinha’s goal was coming.

Watch Raphinha’s goal for Barcelona

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The difference between the sides at the break.

Superb work from Robert Lewandowski and Lamine Yamal to create it.


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Raphinha breaks out with a superb burst of pace into the box. He could cut it back for Robert Lewandowski but opts for Lamine Yamal deeper in the box.

The teenager’s cross then floats into touch as bodies get back.

Another warning shot from the visitors, who deservedly lead at the break!

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PSG 0-1 Barcelona | 45 mins

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Two added minutes in Paris.

PSG 0-1 Barcelona | 43 mins

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The volume has dropped right off at the Parc des Princes and Kylian Mbappe is held up well by Pau Cubarsi as he tries to spark something in the box.

Ousmane Dembele then loses out to Joao Cancelo, with Mbappe noticeably floating into wider spaces to try and force something.

PSG 0-1 Barcelona | 40 mins

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You have to say that goal has been coming.

As if to prove the point, Barcelona have held the ball smartly since the goal and now fancy a second.

GGGGOOOOOAAAALLLLL!!!! PSG 0-1 Barcelona | Raphinha, 37′

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A direct move sees Barcelona come down the right and the cross is poorly parried by Gianluigi Donnarumma, straight to Raphinha…

The Brazilian composes himself and slams home past two defenders on the line!

Goal in Madrid!

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Atletico’s dominance in the first half has seen them grab a second, through Samuel Lino.

Borussia Dortmund in big trouble!



PSG 0-0 Barcelona | 33 mins

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This game is on a gentle simmer and you sense it needs a goal soon to kick it onto a full boil.

Barcelona next to come forward and a ball into the box is fluffed by Marquinhos and Lucas Hernandez – corner given.

It’s played short to Ilkay Gundogan who drives a shot hard and low into the crowd… blocked!

Sergi Roberto takes one for the team in ending the counter-attack. Yellow card. He’s ruled out of the return leg as a result.

PSG 0-0 Barcelona | 30 mins

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Better from PSG as Ousmane Dembele escapes down the right and very nearly picks out Kylian Mbappe.

Lee Kang-in keeps the attack going and fires a shot, which the keeper can’t handle.

The bouncing ball is a 50-50 for Mbappe and Joao Cancelo, which leads to a big PSG penalty appeal! Alas, the striker is offside. VAR even checks for a red card for Cancelo – nothing doing.

PSG 0-0 Barcelona | 27 mins

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A better few minutes for Barcelona and they’re getting the ball upfield, hitting their target with speed and accuracy.

Joao Cancelo next to try his luck from distance, it goes a couple of yards wide.

PSG 0-0 Barcelona | 24 mins

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Barcelona building up a head of steam and Raphinha’s long-range effort is tipped wide comfortably enough by Gianluigi Donnarumma.

The corner is cleared at the near post but Ousmane Dembele makes a mess of his control and the keeper is off his line to punch the cross clear!

PSG 0-0 Barcelona | 22 mins

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It was Robert Lewandowski who rose highest in the crowd and Nuno Mendes showed great anticipation to clear.

Gianluigi Donnarumma was in no-man’s land and didn’t do much better at the second corner, which fortunately for him a PSG head was first to…

PSG 0-0 Barcelona | 21 mins

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Raphinha played in down the left and has a shot deflected wide by Marquinhos.

That’s Barcelona’s first shot and their first corner is flicked on… HACKED OFF THE LINE!

Lamine Yamal then has an effort blocked wide.

PSG 0-0 Barcelona | 19 mins

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Lovely trickery from Nuno Mendes to nutmeg Jules Kounde! His shot is then quickly closed down by Ronaldo Araujo.

PSG 0-0 Barcelona | 17 mins

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Pierre Gasly and Didier Deschamps in attendance tonight along with the aforementioned Ronaldinho.

It’s been a fairly intense contest so far but one shorn of major chances to this point.

PSG 0-0 Barcelona | 12 mins

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Marco Asensio looks to curl a shot into the far corner from outside the box, but it’s straight down Marc-Andre ter Stegen’s throat.

Up the other end, Barcelona enjoy a first chance to sit on the ball inside PSG’s half but give it away – and have a pretty convincing call for a foul turned down.

Kylian Mbappe into the box and Jules Kounde blocks his shot.

PSG 0-0 Barcelona | 9 mins

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Both teams are finding joy with more direct attacks, this time it’s Ousmane Dembele played in over the top down the right and he wins a corner while trying to pick out Kylian Mbappe.

Lee Kang-in’s in-swinger is headed out.

Goal in Madrid!

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Rodrigo De Paul has fired Atletico ahead at home to Borussia Dortmund within five minutes.

Superb work on the tifo front by PSG

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Very decent, it is.



PSG 0-0 Barcelona | 6 mins

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PSG working it patiently around the box before Nuno Mendes decides to take on Lamine Yamal through brute strength.

A cross reaches Kylian Mbappe, whose snapshot goes wide.

From the goal kick, Raphiha is played through on goal route one and Gianluigi Donnarumma makes a vital tackle outside his box!

PSG 0-0 Barcelona | 3 mins

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Marco Asensio is central in a 4-2-3-1 for PSG with Lee Kang-in floating behind, and Kylian Mbappe on the left.

Barcelona in their usual 4-3-3 line-up spearheaded by Robert Lewandowski.

PSG 0-0 Barcelona | 2 mins

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Early free-kick for Les Parisiens, won on the right wing by Ousmane Dembele.

Flicked on and Pau Cubarsi, the 17-year-old, heads behind for a corner. Swung in after the referee lays down the law for some grappling in the box, Joao Cancelo sends clear.

PSG vs Barcelona | Kick-off!

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A big roar for the Champions League anthem, this is one of the few places that doesn’t get jeered these days!

Barcelona in their yellow away kit, PSG in their traditional dark blue and red.

Last minute instructions from Xavi for Jules Kounde and Ronald Araujo on the touchline as PSG form their huddle.

And it’s the hosts who get the ball rolling…

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Here come the teams!

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A big Yoda-centric display (no, really) unveiled in the home end as the two teams enter the field of play.

Anthony Taylor is our referee who leads them out.

A proper, big-match atmosphere in Paris tonight!

Barcelona fitness worry

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Ilkay Gundogan departed the warm-up early and headed straight down the tunnel, sparking fears he had picked up an injury.

But the Spanish media are reporting that he’ll be okay to start.

Xavi speaks ahead of kick-off

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“I really want to get started and compete at the highest level.

“PSG are a super team. I think we have prepared well, we have had time to prepare. Let’s see if we are able to compete with them. It’s a very attractive tie.

“I have had a very good relationship with Luis Enrique for many years. He is a fantastic person.

“We didn’t expect Zaire-Emery [to not start]. But we did expect the setup. I expect Asensio as a false 9 creating space inside.

“Sergi Roberto is in great form and is a captain. Andreas [Christensen] has not started for a month. It was a risk to start him and Frenkie [De Jong].

“We want to be the protagonists, press high, defend with the ball. It’s our philosophy. Push for the 90 minutes. It’s not going to be easy at all.”

Ronaldinho in the house!

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A great of both PSG and Barcelona.

Mind games sparked between the two bosses

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Luis Enrique has remarked that he embodies what Barcelona means as a club and culture far more than their existing coach, Xavi.

“Without a doubt, it’s me,” he told reporters at the pre-game press conference, with a smile. “It’s not an opinion, look at the statistics, in terms of possession, chances, pressing, trophies…

“Others might have a different opinion, but it’s definitely me.”

He continued: “I’ve known him as a teammate, as my player, but not as a coach. I know the club very well, but I don’t know whether it’ll be an advantage.”

Legendary former midfielder Xavi, however, refused to joke around when asked for his response.

“We have a good relationship, I respect him,” he said. “For me, he’s one of the best coaches in the world. He has a team that’s built to win the Champions League.

“Both of us have Barcelona DNA, as do Pep Guardiola and Mikel Arteta – there’s four of us who are in the Champions League quarter-finals. I think we’re all looking for the same thing – pressing high up the pitch, holding onto the ball and building out from the back with it.”

PSG vs Barcelona | Match odds

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PSG – 5/6

Draw – 2/1

Barcelona – 12/5

Champions League winners odds:

Man City – 7/4

Arsenal – 5/1

Real Madrid – 6/1

Bayern Munich – 7/1

PSG – 15/2

Barcelona – 10/1

Atletico Madrid – 12/1

Dortmund – 22/1

Odds via Betfair and subject to change.

PSG vs Barcelona | Countdown to kick-off

19:30 , Marc Mayo

Just half an hour to wait until this mouthwatering match-up kicks off.

The warm-ups are underway with the atmosphere bubbling away nicely.

Luis Enrique and Xavi, two stalwarts of the Blaugrana badge, have met for a lovely cuddle in the tunnel ahead of doing battle.

The PSG story so far

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Drawn in the ‘Group of Death’, Paris Saint-Germain struggled through as runners-up after humbling defeats at Newcastle and AC Milan, which meant that they lost away to both of the eliminated teams just like Barcelona.

A final-day draw at Borussia Dortmund got the job done though and they made light work of Real Sociedad in the last round.

With a 2-0 first leg win at home, they completed a 4-1 aggregate victory to book their spot in the last eight.



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Xavi’s side topped their group despite defeats to Antwerp and Shakhtar Donetsk on the road.

A 100 per cent home record has been vital to their progress with a draw in the last-16 away leg at Napoli followed by a 3-1 win in Catalonia.

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Marco Asensio keeps his place

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The former Real Madrid man will face up to old rivals Barcelona after 90 minutes in the much-changed PSG side which drew with Clermont Foot on the weekend.

Kylian Mbappe and Ousmane Dembele are among those recalled, with Lee Kang-in also given the nod to start.

Marquinhos, as reported, covers at right-back for the suspended Achraf Hakimi.

Frenkie de Jong fit for Barcelona

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Two big positives for Barcelona as Frenkie de Jong starts for the first time in over a month and Pedri is fit for the bench.

Andreas Christensen is among the substitutes as a result, with teenagers Pau Cubarsi and Lamine Yamal in their line-up.

PSG team news

18:57 , Marc Mayo

PSG XI: Donnarumma; Marquinhos, Lucas Hernandez, Beraldo, Nuno Mendes; Lee, Vitinha, Fabian Ruiz; Dembele, Mbappe, Asensio

Subs: Navas, Tenas, Ugarte, Ramos, Danilo, Kolo Muani, Soler, Barcola, Zaire-Emery, Skriniar, Mayulu

Barcelona team news is in!

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Barcelona XI: Ter Stegen; Kounde, Araujo, Cubarsi, Joao Cancelo; Sergi Roberto, De Jong, Gundogan; Lamine Yamal, Lewandowski, Raphinha

Subs: Martinez, Ferran, Pedri, Pena, Joao Felix, Christensen, Roque, Marcos Alonso, Romeu, Astralaga, Fermin, Fort

Barcelona president dismisses PSG talent

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Not even Kylian Mbappe himself would get into this Barcelona side.

That’s the view of Joan Laporta, the Blaugrana club president who compared his team rather favourably to their opponents.

“I wouldn’t change any of our players for any other player,” he told club media ahead of tonight’s game.

“It has been many years since we reached the quarter-finals, today we are here against PSG. We are eager to play the game, believing in our possibilities.

“There is a great atmosphere, the players are very motivated and it is that atmosphere that you like to live in the world of football. At Barcelona, we are experiencing it, in these quarter-finals against PSG, and the two clubs also have a history of sporting clashes that have also been historic.”

Team news coming up

18:35 , Marc Mayo

Reports suggest Marquinhos will be the PSG right-back amid Achraf Hakimi’s suspension, with Marco Asensio getting the nod up front.

While Frenkie de Jong is also said to be on the Barcelona teamsheet.

Confirmation due shortly!

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Heavy police presence in Paris tonight

18:27 , Marc Mayo

The threat of a terrorist attack from the Islamic State group has seen security ramped up around tonight’s game.

Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin said: “The police chief, with whom I spoke very early this morning, has considerably strengthened security resources [following a] clear threat publicly mentioned by the Islamic State.”



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Rewind: PSG’s revenge

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Kylian Mbappe smashed a hat-trick past Barcelona in PSG’s subsequent, and most recent, trip to the Camp Nou in the 2021 last-16.

Rewind: La Remontada

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From four goals down in the first leg to even conceding an away goal at three up in the return, Barcelona scored twice in stoppage time for a famous 6-1 win over PSG in the last-16 seven years ago.

Head-to-head record

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Les Parisiens’ 6-1 defeat to Barcelona in 2017 remains their joint-biggest defeat in their European history.

PSG wins: 4

Draws: 4

Barcelona wins: 4

PSG vs Barcelona | Countdown to kick-off

18:00 , Marc Mayo

We have two hours to go until this quarter-final tie gets underway.

Team news is due out anytime from now, really. Keep your eyes peeled…

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PSG vs Barcelona prediction

17:49 , Marc Mayo

The French side are in flying form but have a knack of making these big European nights more difficult than they perhaps need to be.

A 1-1 draw.

How we reckon the Catalans could line up

17:40 , Marc Mayo

Predicted Barcelona XI: Ter Stegen; Kounde, Ronald Araujo, Cubarsi, Joao Cancelo; De Jong, Christensen, Gundogan; Yamal, Lewandowski, Raphinha

Injuries: Balde, Gavi, Pedri

Doubts: De Jong

Early Barcelona team news

17:32 , Marc Mayo

Frenkie De Jong could return for Barcelona but Alejandro Balde, Gavi and Pedri are still working their way back up to full fitness.

Youngsters Lamine Yamal and Pau Cubarsi are set to start.

Our prediction for the PSG team

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Predicted PSG XI: Donnarumma; Zaire-Emery, Marquinhos, Hernandez, Nuno Mendes; Vitinha, Ugarte, Fabian Ruiz; Dembele, Mbappe, Barcola

Injuries: Kimpembe, Mukiele

Suspensions: Hakimi

Early PSG team news

17:18 , Marc Mayo

Presnel Kimpembe and Nordi Mukiele are the only confirmed injury absentees for Les Parisiens, who will have Bradley Barcola back in their squad.

Mbappe will return after being rested last time out and joined by Ousmane Dembele in attack with Barcola, Randal Kolo Muani and Lee Kang-in the options to join them.

Achraf Hakimi is suspended.

Where to watch PSG vs Barcelona

17:09 , Marc Mayo

TV channel: The game will be broadcast on TNT Sports 1 and TNT Sports Ultimate. Coverage starts at 7pm BST ahead of an 8pm kick-off.

Live stream: Subscribers will be able to watch on a live stream via the Discovery+ app or website.

PSG vs Barcelona LIVE!

17:00 , Marc Mayo

Hello and welcome to Standard Sport’s coverage of PSG vs Barcelona!

Well, if last night’s quarter-final first legs were anything to go by we are in for a cracker here…

Paris Saint-Germain, the French champions and league leaders, host a Barcelona side in good form and with genuine belief they can go all the way in this year’s Champions League.

The winner of this tie will face Atletico Madrid or Borussia Dortmund, this evening’s other match which we also have covered live for you.

Stay tuned for all the build-up, team news, match action and reaction as PSG and Barcelona lock horns!

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