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90' + 5'
N. Keïta
Thẻ vàng
90' + 4'
Neymar
Thẻ vàng
90' + 3'
A. Robertson
Thẻ vàng
90' + 1'
V. van Dijk
Thẻ vàng
85'
A. Rabiot
K. Mbappé
84'
D. Sturridge
Thẻ vàng
77'
X. Shaqiri
J. Milner
71'
D. Sturridge
Roberto Firmino
66'
N. Keïta
G. Wijnaldum
65'
E. Choupo-Moting
E. Cavani
65'
Dani Alves
Á. Di María
Trận đấu bắt đầu
45' + 1'
J. Milner
Goal (Pen)
37'
Neymar
Goal
34'
J. Gomez
Thẻ vàng
24'
M. Verratti
Thẻ vàng
17'
G. Wijnaldum
Thẻ vàng
13'
Juan Bernat
Goal
Trận đấu bắt đầu
3
2
3
6

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Liverpool are on the brink of Champions League elimination as they fall to a 2-1 defeat in Paris. James Milner's penalty gave them life at the stroke of half-time, but there was no way back for them in the end as first-half goals from Juan Bernat and Neymar have put PSG into an excellent spot to secure passage into the last 16 ahead of their trip to Belgrade in a fortnight. 
90' + 6' FULL-TIME: PSG 2-1 LIVERPOOL.
N. Keïta
Thẻ vàng
Liverpool
90' + 5' A high boot from Keita earns him a yellow, and that pretty much puts an end to Liverpool's hopes of finding an equaliser.
Neymar
Thẻ vàng
PSG
90' + 4' This could be the last chance for Liverpool as Neymar is booked for a foul at the halfway line. Alisson steps up to take.
A. Robertson
Thẻ vàng
Liverpool
90' + 3' Frustration building as Liverpool try and win the ball back. Robertson is the latest to see his name into the book.
90' + 2' Neymar stings the palms of Alisson from the ensuing free-kick, but the Liverpool goalkeeper is up to the task as he's able to parry at the far post.
V. van Dijk
Thẻ vàng
Liverpool
90' + 1' A clear foul from Van Dijk on Alves, his second in 60 seconds, sees him into the book. It was a bit to aggressive from the centre-back in an attempt to win the ball back for his side.
90' The chance is wasted by Liverpool as Van Dijk is penalised for a foul on Silva with the ball in the air. Meanwhile, the fourth official indicates there will be a minimum of five minutes added on at the end of this match.
89' Salah wins a free-kick in a dangerous area, just off to the right of goal and about 30 yards out. The foul was by Marquinhos, and this could be the chance for Liverpool. Plenty to talk about for them as five players are standing over the ball for the time being.
87' Liverpool's push has come up empty thus far. They are struggling to generate anything at the moment, with PSG looking more than up to the task in defence. Marquinhos and Silva are playing off one another so well, and their passionate exchange following a combined effort to thwart a Salah run suggests they are very determined to see this out.
A. Rabiot
K. Mbappé
PSG
85' A final change of the night for either side sees PSG bring on Rabiot for some more stability in midfield, as Mbappe is the one replaced.
D. Sturridge
Thẻ vàng
Liverpool
84' The referee goes back to book Sturridge for a pull-back in the build up to that Mbappe chance.
83' Excellent from Robertson! Well all the chances right now are coming at the wrong end for Liverpool, as PSG look to put the match to bed. Mbappe is sent forward down the left on the break, but Robertson comes across to provide excellent cover as he blocks the forward's strike from 12 yards!
81' CRUCIAL TACKLE! Outstanding bit of defending, that, from Van Dijk who puts in a great challenge to keep Neymar out from in close. The Brazilian appeals for a penalty, but that was a fair challenge from the Liverpool centre-back, who gestures at Neymar to get up.
79' The tempo has dropped off a decent amount over the last 10 minutes as a result of all the stoppages, but it remains a fascinating watch as both sides are gearing up for the final stretch. The tension in the ground is unmistakably high.
X. Shaqiri
J. Milner
Liverpool
77' A final roll of the dice for Klopp sees him bring on Shaqiri at the expense of Milner, whose penalty is still Liverpool's only shot on target in this match.
75' Defeat would see Liverpool become the fifth English team to lose four consecutive Champions League away games, and the first since Manchester City in 2012.
73' Silva lands hard and smacks his head off the turf, which prompts the training staff to come out. It appears to be a precaution more than anything as the centre-half looks to be alright.
D. Sturridge
Roberto Firmino
Liverpool
71' Firmino, who scored the late winner when these two sides met at Anfield, is replaced for the final 20 minutes as Sturridge comes on to lead the line.
70' OUTSTANDING SAVE! Alisson keeps Liverpool in it, reacting expertly to parry Marquinhos' header off the line! The centre-half met Neymar's corner and generated great power behind his header, which bounced viciously off the turf, but Alisson was able to keep it off the line!
68' Liverpool have done reasonably well to get bodies back in defence, quickly regaining their shape after losing possession, to limit PSG's influence on the break. Over the final 20 minutes they're going to have to start taking a few more chances in attack, however, which could lead to PSG finding more space on the counter.
N. Keïta
G. Wijnaldum
Liverpool
66' Liverpool's first change of the night sees Wijnaldum's match come to an end, as the midfielder is replaced by Keita.
E. Choupo-Moting
E. Cavani
PSG
65' Choupo-Moting is also introduced, with Tuchel opting to introduce fresh legs in attack, as Cavani gives way.
Dani Alves
Á. Di María
PSG
65' Tuchel makes a pair of changes with 25 minutes to play, opting to solidify his side in defence, bringing on the experienced Dani Alves at the expense of Di Maria.
64' Pressure is really building on the PSG goal, as these home supporters grow a bit restless. Tensions are rising as the visitors up their pursuit for an equaliser, which has left everyone in the stadium a bit unsettled.
62' Since the start of last season, Liverpool have scored more Champions League goals than any other side (49).
60' Chance wasted! PSG are exposed on the counter as Liverpool break four against three. Milner picks out Salah, but the winger wastes the opportunity as he cuts inside and sees his shot from the edge of the area blocked. Robertson comes in to collect the loose ball and delivers in a cross for Firmino at the near post, but the striker heads harmlessly behind.
58' The tempo is coming to life again with Liverpool showing great intent in attack, and PSG equally keen to get forward on the break. It remains wonderfully poised in advance of the final 30 minutes.
56' Outstanding from Silva! A brilliant and vital piece of defending from the centre-half who sprints back impressively with his side stretched in defence, and manages to slide in to break up Robertson's attempted delivery across the face of goal!
54' In the other Group C match, Napoli lead Red Star Belgrade 3-0, meaning they would guarantee passage into the last 16 should Liverpool find an equaliser here. Should the Reds turn this around and win, they would join Napoli in the knockout stage.
52' Since 2016-17, no Champions League side have conceded more goals from the penalty spot (seven) or conceded more penalties (eight) than PSG. Milner has scored 14 of his 16 penalties in all competitions for Liverpool.
50' A decent spell for Liverpool in the attacking half as they win a free-kick and a throw, managing to keep possession in the final third despite not threatening with either. They need to be a bit more decisive in the key moments - they just seem to be lacking a bit in ideas.
48' OFFSIDE! Liverpool are let off the hook early in this second half as the offside flag is raised to deny PSG their third, after Marquinhos turns in Di Maria's free-kick! It's a bit of an unnecessary touch from the centre-half, as he had two team-mates waiting in an onside position to turn in that delicious delivery from Di Maria.
46' Back underway in the second half! No changes made by either side at the break...
This match so far has been an exact replica of the reverse meeting between the two sides, with the hosts opening up a 2-0 lead before the visitors halve the deficit shortly before the interval. Liverpool, then the hosts, wound up winning that match 3-2 thanks to a 90th-minute winner from Roberto Firmino. Can PSG manage to do the same tonight?
No shortage of excitement in Paris as a fascinating opening 45 minutes has left things brilliantly poised in advance of the second half! Juan Bernat and Neymar opened an early 2-0 lead for PSG as Liverpool got off to a shaky start, but James Milner handed them a lifeline just before the break with his goal from the penalty spot, as it remains wonderfully in the balance in the French capital.
45' + 2' HALF-TIME: PSG 2-1 LIVERPOOL.
J. Milner
Goal (Pen)
Liverpool
45' + 1' LIVERPOOL HAVE LIFE! Milner makes no mistake from the penalty spot as PSG see their lead cut in half on the stroke of half-time!
45' + 1' The official behind the goal has overruled the referee, and Liverpool have justly been awarded the penalty!
45' NO PENALTY! A massive decision from the referee as Mane goes on a bursting run and pushes the ball forward before being taken to ground by a sliding Di Maria, who made no contact with the ball! It looked a pretty clear foul just inside the penalty area, but the referee says no!
43' Neymar is the highest scoring Brazilian in Champions League history (31).
41' Into the final five minutes of this first half and while Liverpool are seeing more of the ball than the hosts, they are creating precious little with it. The Reds don't look at all a threat with the PSG defence having a relatively easy go at it in this first half.
39' Liverpool desperately need a positive response before the break. They have yet to score in their two Champions League away matches in this group stage, so they massively need a boost in confidence in advance of the second half - a bit of belief that they can in fact turn this around.
Neymar
Goal
PSG
37' PSG DOUBLE THEIR LEAD! 2-0! A devastating blow to Liverpool's qualifying hopes! It's swift, clinical and decisive from PSG on the break as Neymar starts forward before playing Mbappe down the left, who then crosses in for Cavani. Alisson does so well to deny the striker's first-time effort, but he can do nothing to keep out Neymar's rebound, slotted coolly into the bottom corner!
35' That is a real concern for Gomez, who is going to have to be very careful the rest of the way playing against Neymar on a booking. His margin for error is razor thin against a player who loves to run at defenders.
J. Gomez
Thẻ vàng
Liverpool
34' Gomez plays himself into trouble, giving the ball away to Neymar before tugging back on the winger's shirt in an attempt to prevent him from breaking forward, which earns him a yellow card.
33' Liverpool have lost both of their away games so far in the Champions League this season – they’ve never lost all three away group games in the competition.
31' Safe hands from Alisson and some alert goalkeeping as he dives off his line to parry Neymar's low cross in for Cavani. That was in if the goalkeeper didn't intervene. Pressure stays on, but Alisson isn't troubled in catching a weak ball chipped over top of the defence.
29' Who's there?! Smart from Firmino who meets a cross from Milner at the far post and heads it invitingly back across the face of goal, but no one rushes in to get on the end of that for what would have been a simple tap-in!
27' Liverpool are picking up more of a head of steam now, as they are seeing much more of the bal in the attacking areas. They are leaving themselves a bit stretched at the back when they get forward, however, which will be something to keep an eye on as PSG are to be feared on the break.
25' What might have saved Verratti there was the reaction, or lack there of, from Gomez. The defender didn't writhe around on the ground in pain, nor did he theatrically tumble. It was all very honest and that may have let Verratti off the hook.
M. Verratti
Thẻ vàng
PSG
24' Nasty challenge! Verratti lunges incredibly recklessly into a challenge on Gomez, catching the defender with his studs up. The initial reaction from the Liverpool players suggested they felt it could have been worthy of a red, but the referee only produces a yellow.
23' Slowly but surely Liverpool are settling into this match, aided largely by their energetic high press which has caused PSG a few problems. Still, the visitors aren't doing much with their time in possession, struggling to pass their wa through midfield.
21' Liverpool have lost their last three Champions League away games – they’ve never lost four in a row in the European Cup/Champions League before.
19' The foul count is rising as PSG seemingly win free-kick after free-kick. They're getting bodies forward with Liverpool hemmed back in their own end here, but the Reds are doing enough to survive. They can hardly afford to concede a second right now.
G. Wijnaldum
Thẻ vàng
Liverpool
17' A soft yellow is shown to Wijnaldum for a foul on Neymar. With the intensity really picking up, it's possible the referee is using this as his chance to settle things down and ensure they do not get out of hand.
15' No shortage of emotions for Klopp on the touchline, as he frets over every touch of the ball. Tensions are understandably high as if these results hold - Napoli leading 1-0 in the other Group C match currently - then Liverpool would face a must-win over Napoli in the final group match, and they would likely need to keep a clean sheet in the match as well.
Juan Bernat
Goal
PSG
13' PSG DRAW FIRST BLOOD! 1-0 to the hosts! Juan Bernat doesn't score many for PSG, but he's got his second of the group stage, picking up a loose ball in the box after Van Dijk could only partially clear Mbappe's cross, cutting inside and finishing brilliantly in at the near post, leaving Alisson rooted to his spot!
11' The training staff are forced to come out to attend to Di Maria following a challenge in midfield, but it doesn't look like anything more than a minor knock for the Argentina midfielder who is eventually able to jog off under his own power.
9' PSG are unbeaten in their last 20 home group stage games in the Champions League (W15 D5), since losing 1-3 to CSKA Moscow in December 2004.
7' Alisson is forced into the first save of the match, but it's more one for the cameras than anything else as he flies through the air rather theatrically to parry a well-struck volley from Di Maria from 20 yards. Moments later, following another short corner, Thiago Silva appears to have a free header from five yards, but the offside flag is raised.
5' Back the other way come Liverpool and they win a corner of their own, which also amounts to nothing. Both sides appear to have quite the appetite to attack from the off, and it has resulted in a terrific tempo through these opening stages.
3' PSG show good attacking intent from the off, and it leads to them carving out the first chance of the match as Mbappe is sent through down the right, but his eventual strike deflects beyond the far post for a corner. The ensuing set-piece is played short for Neymar, but he loses his footing and the chance is gone.
1' AND THEY'RE OFF! PSG in all white as they get the match underway, with Liverpool in all red. Off they go!
SUBS: Xherdan Shaqiri, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Naby Keita, Simon Mignolet, Daniel Sturridge, Fabinho, Joel Matip.
LIVERPOOL (4-3-3): Alisson; Joe Gomez, Dejan Lovren, Virgil van Dijk, Andrew Robertson; James Milner, Jordan Henderson, Georginio Wijnaldum; Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino.
SUBS: Dani Alves, Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting, Adrien Rabiot, Moussa Diaby, Stanley N'Soki, Alphonse Areola, Julian Draxler.
PSG (3-4-3): Gianluigi Buffon; Marquinhos, Thiago Silva, Presnel Kimpembe; Thilo Kehrer, Marco Verratti, Angel Di Maria, Juan Bernat; Kylian Mbappe, Neymar, Edinson Cavani.
CONFIRMED TEAM NEWS:
Despite forcing his way into the starting line-up of late, Xherdan Shaqiri drops to the bench for Liverpool as Jurgen Klopp opts to play with three true midfielders, while the trio of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino remains intact up top. Joe Gomez gets the start at right-back ahead of Trent Alexander-Arnold, who drops to the bench, while Dejan Lovren partners Virgil van Dijk in the centre.
As was confirmed earlier in the week, Kylian Mbappe and Neymar both start tonight for PSG - a massive boost to their hopes - as they flank striker Edinson Cavani. Thilo Kehrer surprisingly starts ahead of Thomas Meunier at right-back, with the Belgian dropped. It appears as though PSG will play with a back three, though it is possible Marquinhos pushes up to join Angel Di Maria and Marco Verratti in midfield.
Unlike Les Parisiens, Liverpool can clinch a top-two finish tonight. In order to do so they will have to beat PSG and hope Red Star Belgrade do not beat Napoli in the other match, thus securing themselves a place in the last 16. Got all that?
With five points, one back of Napoli and Liverpool, PSG cannot clinch a top-two finish tonight but they can put themselves in excellent position to do so ahead of their final group match in Belgrade. They will, however, be eliminated if they lose and Napoli win.
PSG and Liverpool came into this edition of the Champions League as two of the betting favourites to lift the trophy in June, and now one – or both – could be staring at a shockingly early exit from the competition.
It hardly gets much bigger than this. Group C is murky as could be with all four clubs still in control of their own destiny with the chance to punch their ticket to the knockout stage. Just two points separate first from fourth.
Hello and welcome to live coverage of this crucial and tantilising Champions League match as PSG welcome Liverpool to Parc des Princes!
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