Barcelona is scaled off by PSG at home and is on the verge of CL-exit

Ronald Koeman and FC Barcelona are on the verge of the Champions League abyss after their first knockout. Paris Saint-Germain was a few sizes too big on Tuesday evening at Camp Nou, won with no less than 1-4 and took sporty revenge for the infamous 6-1 from 2017: Kylian Mbappé was the hero of the evening with three goals.

Both editions of Barcelona PSG actually had only one agreement: Lionel Messi used a penalty. After half an hour, the Argentine broke the game: the deep Frenkie de Jong went down in the penalty area, Björn Kuipers pointed to the dot and Messi entered the 1-0 with conviction.
However, PSG did not take much time to take over the momentum and reached the same level five minutes after that 1-0. Mbappé crowned on a fine attack via Layvin Kurzawa and Marco Verratti, and hit the 1-1. It was thanks to Marc-André ter Segen that it remained here until the rest: the German Barcelona goalie foiled the opportunities of Kurzawa and Moise Kean.

GOAL! Mbappé makes his second and shoots PSG at the head start: 1-2! âš ¡#veronicainside #UCL #barpsg pic.twitter.com/vcezzck2nr
— Veronica Inside (@veronicainside) February 16, 2021

Ter Schegen also worked out shortly after rest with a clever save, but it was postponement of execution. PSG ran Barcelona in the final phase. After a rush by Alessandro Florenzi, Mbappé shot in the 1-2 and Kean did not come into PSG‘s third party much later.
Mbappé’
s direct opponent Segiño Dest was released from his misery and replaced by Óscar Mingueza, but evil had already been done before Barça. Five minutes before, the humiliation even became complete: the home team lost the ball, PSG crossed the midfield and Mbappé completed his hat trick with a watched curl. During the return on March 10, Barça may try to (again) perform the impossible against PSG.

HATTRICK MBAPPÉ! ⚽⚽⚽ PSG slaughter FC Barcelona: 1-4! #veronicainside #UCL #barpsg pic.twitter.com/IJ3v6cfsxz
— Veronica Inside (@veronicainside) February 16, 2021