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UEFA have appointed inexperienced Anthony Taylor to lead the Champions League quarter-final between Atalanta and PSG on Wednesday night. A referee who brings back good memories to Parisians. D-2 ahead of the highly anticipated A meeting that the Parisians approach with uncertainties, due in particular to the withdrawal of and the injury of , but also relative good news. At 48 hours before kick-off, UEFA announced on Monday the name of the referee who will be in charge of the match and he is well known to Parisians and their supporters. This is Anthony Taylor. Poll: The English whistle (41) has certainly been international for several seasons, but he has never yet officiated at this level of competition. Its only appearance beyond the hens in C1 dates back to March 11, during the second leg of the knockout round between… Paris Saint-Germain in Dortmund (2-0) in a Parc des Princes behind closed doors. A good memory for Thomas Tuchel's players, who would sign for an identical scenario in Lisbon. With him, PSG are undefeated That evening, Anthony Taylor had expelled Emre Can at the end of the game after a muscular intervention on Neymar (89th). Previously, the Briton had already refereed the capital club twice, against Shakhtar Donetsk in December 2015 (2-0) and against Real Madrid in December 2019 (3-0). Two games without major problems, which ended in victories for the champions of France. Never three without four? Answer Wednesday evening.
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PSG fined for late start to second half v Atalanta .
PSG fined for late start to second half v AtalantaIn a statement UEFA said coach Thomas Tuchel had also been warned after being held responsible for the delay.