Sport 1: 0 victory is not enough: Bayern-out in the royal class

01:05  14 april  2021
01:05  14 april  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Defending champion FC Bayern Munich has eliminated despite a away victory at Paris Saint-Germain in the quarterfinals of the Champions League. The German football record champion reached the 1-0 (1: 0) on Tuesday evening in the Paris Prince Park after 2: 3 in the first leg not to progress a week in Munich. In a new edition of the previous year's final, Münchner missed the entry into the round of the best four. Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting (40 minutes) had taken care of a header for victory.

Münchens Thomas Müller (l) und Angel Di Maria von Paris kämpfen um den Ball. © Sebastien Muylaert / DPA Munich Thomas Müller (L) and Angel di Maria of Paris fight for the ball.

The Parisian Star Ensemble around World Champion Kylian Mbappé and the Brazilian Neymar had failed three times on posts or latte in the first half alone alone . Although the host no longer succeeded, the scarce defeat was enough. The Triple winners of coach Hansi Flick have now only the chance of the championship title after the DFB Cup and the royal class.

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