Kylian Mbappes brace gives Paris Saint Germain hope, Mbappe started and finished the scoring for PSG as they won the game by 3 goals to 2 against Bayern. Paris Saint Germain is having advantage in their quarter final first leg away to Bayern Munich. Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting had the chance but he couldn't utilize it before Kylian Mbappe fired in from the past Neymar gave him to give the visitors the lead, Marquinhos doubled the lead in the first half. The end to end action remained persistent after that interval Bayern equalize the scores, from the efforts of Thomas Muller and Joshua Kimmich but that wasn't enough for the home team. Mbappe had the final say, though, clinically driving in his second goal from a slick counter attack from his teammate to secure the lead for Paris. Player of the match: Kylian Mbappe [Paris Saint Germain]. Mbappe has scored eight goals in his last four UEFA Champions League games with four coming in the knockout phase.
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