Leipzig will host Paris Saint-Germain at the Red Bull Arena, led by referee Andreas Ekberg, in the two teams’ matches in the second leg of the Champions League from the group stage of Round 4, and the match will be held in the presence of a specific number of fans, due to the Corona pandemic.
The starting lineup for RB Leipzig led by coach Jesse Marssch:
Peter Gulacsi - Willy Urban - Muhammad Simakan - Jusco Gvardiol - Nordi Mukele - Konrad Laimer - Tyler Adams - Angelino - Christopher Nkunko - Emil Forsberg - Andre Silva.
The starting lineup for Paris Saint-Germain, led by coach Mauricio Pochettino:
Gianluigi Donnarumma - Achraf Hakimi - Marquinhos - Presnal Kimpembe - Nuno Mendes - Giorginho Wijnaldum - Danilo Pereira - Idrissa Guy - Angel Di Maria - Kylian Mbappe - Neymar.
Follow up on the events of the meeting.
Minute 1 The start of the first half.
Minute 7 Gooool for Leipzig through Christopher Nkunku.
10th minute penalty kick for Andre Silva after being fouled by Danilo Pereira of Paris Saint-Germain.
12th minute Andre Silva missed the penalty kick after a powerful shot from the penalty mark to the right of the Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper, who managed to block the ball.
The 15th minute has passed, a quarter of an hour has passed since the events of the first half, and Leipzig is still leading with a clean goal over Paris Saint-Germain so far.
17th minute short passes between Paris Saint-Germain in the middle of the field.
The 18th minute short passes between Leipzig players and then a very powerful shot from Christopher Nkunku from the right of the penalty area passed over the crossbar.
The 21st minute is goooooooooooool for Paris Saint-Germain through Georginio Wijnaldum.
25th minute Yellow card to the Leipzig player.
32 minute yellow card for the Paris Saint-Germain player.
The 36th minute attempts by Leipzig to score the second goal.
In the 38th minute, a cross ball from the right of the penalty area by Brazilian Neymar to Di Maria hit the bird and hit the defender.
The 39th minute infiltrated Wijnaldum of Paris Saint-Germain.
The 40th minute is goooooooooool for Paris Saint-Germain through Georginio Wijnaldum.
45th minute Georginio Wijnaldum scored two or more goals in one match for the first time since May 2019 in the Champions League with Liverpool against Barcelona.
45th minute: 3 minutes of lost time was calculated by the referee.
45 + 2 a wonderful counterattack in favor of Paris Saint-Germain, and then a wonderful pass from Di Maria to Mbappe, who shot a ball completely from the right of the penalty area, but was saved by the goalkeeper.
45+3 minute, the whistle ended the events of the first half.
46th minute, the start of the second half.
The 49th minute, offside Paris Saint-Germain player Di Maria.
57th minute short passes between Leipzig in the midfield.
The 60th minute has passed a quarter of an hour from the events of the second half, and the positive tie is still in place so far.
62 minute yellow card on the player Paris Saint-Germain.
In the 64th minute, Mbappe made a great start from the middle of the field and fired a shot completely from the left of the penalty area, which was saved by the goalkeeper.
In the 65th minute, a cross ball from the right side in favor of Leipzig was pushed away by the Saint-Germain goalkeeper to reach Angelino, who shot a right-footed ball from the left of the penalty area, which was blocked by the goalkeeper.
69th minute yellow card on the player Leipzig.
73rd minute Paris goalkeepers saved the last two penalties the club faced in the Champions League (Navas vs Barcelona last March, Donnarumma tonight).
The 75th minute kick from Amada Haidara from outside the penalty area in favor of Leipzig, but far from the goal.
The 82nd minute, Leipzig pressured to score the equalizer.
The 85th minute attempts by Paris Saint-Germain to make a counterattack, to no avail.
The 87th minute Paris Saint-Germain won three of its last four matches in all competitions before the confrontation, although all those victories came in Paris.
In the 87th minute, a shot from Christopher Nkunko from outside the penalty area hit the wall.
The 90th minute has 5 minutes of lost time calculated by the match referee.
The 90 + 2 minute is good for Leipzig through Dominic Soboslai from the penalty spot.
The 90+6 minute whistle at the end of the match.