Oh Paris Saint-Germain, here we go again... PSG's struggles in the knockout stages of the Champions League are well-documented by now, and they will have to come from behind if they are to beat Bayern Munich in the last 16 this season after an underwhelming 1-0 home loss on Tuesday.
Former PSG academy star Kingsley Coman was again the difference between the two sides, scoring the only goal after 53 minutes.
For their part, PSG often lacked life, with Neymar and Lionel Messi failing to impact the game before Kylian Mbappe was appeared from the substitutes' bench to inject some urgency into proceedings.
The introduction of Mbappe, who was returning earlier than expected from an injury suffered two weeks ago, changed things, and as PSG pushed for an equaliser in the final 15 minutes, the star forward was a constant threat.
His running in behind finally stretched the Bayern defence, and he was unlucky to have a tap-in ruled out after Nuno Mendes was caught offside in the build up.
PSG instead never found an equaliser despite a late onslaught and Benjamin Pavard's red card, and now know nothing less than a win at the Allianz Arena in three weeks' time will do.
GOAL breaks down the winners and losers from an absorbing night at Parc des Princes...