UEFA Champions League: PSG 0-0 Real Madrid

UEFA Champions League: PSG 0-0 Real Madrid

The French hosts dominated possession but could not find a way past the determined Blancos, who could have taken the win had Jese and Ronaldo converted their chances

Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid cancelled each other out at Parc des Princes to ensure top spot in Champions League Group A remains very much up for grabs.

Wednesday’s clash between the leaders of Ligue 1 and La Liga – who are both unbeaten in all competitions this season – was billed as a potential pool decider, with the teams locked on six points apiece after two games.

But, despite the presence of stellar names such as Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Cristiano Ronaldo, neither PSG or Madrid were able to break the deadlock as the evenly-matched sides traded punches without ever really threatening to land a knockout blow.

Madrid, shorn of the injured Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema, shaded the first half – with Kevin Trapp denying Jese Rodriguez and Ronaldo, twice, before the interval – and PSG were slightly the better team after the break.
[Via Goal]

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