I felt kinda dirty rooting for Bayern tonight. Really, I was rooting against PSG, but still.I’m finding there’s a direct correlation between Neymar’s emotions and mine. Whenever he’s crying, I just had an enjoyable time as a footy fan. Whenever he’s happy (which is thankfully rare), I’m not.
Fox soccer social media posted a graphic that showed that they are unbeaten in the their last 30 matches going back to December. That's impressive, but they won 29 of those matches. I've seen better teams, I still think Liverpool is better, but they've looked relentless. I thought Boateng's injury was addition by subtraction. He's been a great player for the club, but he should no longer be a first choice CB for them.This Bayern team is one for the books
Agreed. I also thought the moment was too big for Kehrer and he looked unsettled for most of the first half (I didn't watch the second half closely yet).Rewatching some clips, I think PSG really missed Veratti for the full 90. The first half-hour, Paredes was pulling the strings in transition, but then Bayern seems to have started making him closely off the ball, which effectively took him out and allowed Herrera to get on the ball. PSG really needed that second midfielder who could maintain possession, control the tempo, and break lines to get the ball up to Neymar & Mbappe. That's not Herrera these days.
Thought he had a rather subdued game. I think the yellow he received really put him off his game. Seemed really tentative and basically terrified of giving the ball away. Of course, he is 19.I was wrong about Davies. He did just enough defensively at the end.