Real Madrid seek revenge against PSG in the Champions League

Real Madrid seek revenge against PSG in the Champions League

Paris was left behind and left a challenging learning experience for Madrid, who signed their first European blow against PSG (4-0) in the French capital. The white team, which had just made its debut in the Champions League, suffered from being inexperienced and sinned from being prudent in its approach. But now you have the opportunity to change your image and show that you learned your lesson.

Those of Aznar are hungry for revenge and cling to Valdebebas and his excellent rhythm at home, where they have won their last four games, to sign it. “We want revenge. It’s a different game. We play at home against our fans. We learned a lot from the game in Paris and we want to give a different image. We are facing one of the best teams in Europe and it is a motivation for us, “said the Madrid coach yesterday at the pre-match press conference.

Not only is honor at stake, but the possibility of sealing the historic pass to the quarterfinals remains floating. The latter depends on two factors: beat PSG, and Kharkiv and Breidablik draw in the other match of Group B. It seems complicated, but not impossible. And Madrid will not throw in the towel until the final whistle, with the opportunity also to be able to take advantage of a small moment of doubt at PSG, which has already demonstrated its great power in the win over White.

Since that game, the ideal situation of the Parisians has altered. French team lived a convulsed week by the ‘Hamraoui Case,’ in which the midfielder attacked in the street and her teammate, Aminata Diallo, was initially charged, who detained for 36 hours. Both will be casualties against Madrid, with a soap opera that extends to a possible involvement of the ex-Azulgrana Abidal and his wife. The defeat against Lyon (6-1) in the League, where PSG signed their first defeat.

While this was happening in the French capital, Madrid recovered in the league and reaped its third victory in a row last round against Betis (1-4). A duel in which Esther, Madrid’s top scorer, shone again and the great threat to a PSG that remains with a clean sheet in this Champions League. The Andalusian, who has scored five goals in three league games, arrives extra motivated, a feeling she shares with the rest of her teammates in a dressing room that can make history.

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