WION Web TeamParis, FranceMar 06, 2018, 05.22 PM
Football is a game of uncertainties, it is not justified to predict the performance of any team and pass the judgement regarding the final result of the game.
The second leg of Champion's Trophy is starting from today with one of the most crucial face-offs when a Spanish giant will fight with French leaders.
Defending champion Real Madrid will enter the game with a high because they have already taken a 3-1 lead against Paris Saint Germain in the first leg and the aggregate after including today's score will act as an decider that which team will proceed further.
Paris Saint Germain needs to create chances and the presure of Neymar's absence must not affect the team's performance
PSG has the potential and might dribble the comeback and display a shocker in forfeiting the first-leg deficit against Real Madrid. Yes, chances are there!
PSG are up against it, all the more so with Neymar, the world's most expensive player missing as he recovers in Brazil following a foot operation.
Paris have lost just one of their last 46 European home games ????
Brazil's Paris St Germain forward Neymar has had a successful operation on his injured foot and ankle.
He was operated on Saturday at the Mater Dei Hospital in Belo Horizonte and currently on post-op rehabilitation. Neymar's absence is a major important implication in today' match.
Out of contract at the end of this season, Emery is relying on big performances from players like Thiago Silva and Angel Di Maria, who were both left out in the first leg.
Kylian Mbappe is looking good at the moment with some outstanding assists in the previous matches.
Real has the confidence and Charged up and Marcelo's return is a plus point
Cristiano Ronaldo had scored twice as Real Madrid came from behind to stun Paris Saint-Germain 3-1 in the first leg of their heavyweight Champions League to inspire the team to victory at the Santiago Bernabeu. The team has travelled to Paris to play the match at Parc des Princes. A memorable stadium when Di Stefano lifted the club's first continental crown.