Barcelona vs PSG: Barca crushed by PSG 4-1, Mbappe Hattrick

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By: Jeet Ghosh

Last Update: 2021-02-17 10:31:19 IST

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The Blaugrana were crushed 1-4 by PSG when the two teams met at the Camp Nou Stadium.

The results of the first leg of the Champions League between Barcelona vs PSG ended badly for the hosts. The Blaugrana were crushed 1-4 when the two teams met at the Camp Nou Stadium. Paris Saint-Germain striker, Kylian Mbappe played brilliantly by scoring a hat trick in this match. The victory was fulfilled by PSG with a header from Moise Kean.

While Barcelona were only able to score one goal from the penalty spot executed by their star Lionel Messi. This result is certainly very surprising for Barcelona, ​​considering they played at home. This will be a tough mission for coach Ronald Koeman's men to return the score to qualify for the next round in the Champions League.

PSG, in this match, were not strengthened by their star Neymar due to injury. They were more waiting for counterattack using the speed of Kylian Mbappe and Moise Kean. On 27 minutes, Barca were rewarded a penalty. The execution was carried out by Lionel Messi. The Argentine megastar successfully brought Barcelona 1-0 ahead.

But who knew, Messi's one goal in that match was Barcelona's only goal that could be scored. On 32 minutes to be precise, PSG brought the first goal through the action of Kylian Mbappe. The score changed to 1-1, until the first half was over, the score was just as strong.

After the break, Barcelona again showed an attacking game. But PSG held on neatly. They even had a chance through counterattacking. PSG finally succeeded in adding a goal in the 65th minute. Kylian Mbappe again showed his skill in converting the second goal for his team. His fighting power and speed made Barcelona's back line frantic, the score changed to 1-2.

In the 70th minute, Moise Kean added to Barcelona's suffering through a header from a free kick released by Leandro Paredes. The score is getting wider to 1-3. PSG again took advantage of the mistakes of the Barcelona players.  PSG moved away to 1-4 through Mbappe.

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