Mauricio Pochettino said it was difficult to accept Paris Saint-Germain’s Champions League loss to Manchester City as they played a game of “two different halves”.
City took control of the semi-final thanks to Wednesday’s 2-1 victory in Paris, where Pep Guardiola’s visitors produced a sensational second-half turnaround against PSG.
PSG captain Marquinhos opened the scoring in the 15th minute as last season’s runner-up beat City in the first half in the French capital.
But Kevin De Bruyne’s clumsy cross shot found the back of the net just past the hour mark and Riyad Mahrez’s free kick put City in the lead seven minutes later, while PSG finished the game with 10 men after the Idrissa Gueye’s red in the 77th minute. menu.
The Ligue 1 giants face a daunting task to reach the Champions League final for a second consecutive season as head coach Pochettino lamented how the Ligue 1 champions have conceded.
Everything is still possible in this semi-final.
After victories in Barcelona and Munich, there is everything to play. Paris can believe in its assets.
More than ever,