Holders Bayern Munich knocked out of Champions League: Records broken
Paris Saint-Germain knocked Bayern Munich out of the Champions League 2020-21 season on away goals basis. Bayern won the second leg of their quarter-finals clash against PSG by a 1-0 margin. However, the overall 3-3 aggregate score saw the champions take an exit. Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting's strike wasn't enough as Bayern needed another goal to get through. We present the records broken.
Bayern win the tie but it's not enough
The fascinating match saw PSG threaten on the break, testing visiting goal-keeper Manuel Neuer a number of times. They also hit the woodwork through Neymar. However, broke the deadlock, giving themselves hope of a comeback win as Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting rose highest to follow-up David Alaba's saved shot with a close-range header. Missing Robert Lewandowski hurt Bayern, who weren't ruthless upfront.
Notable stats for PSG
PSG have reached the semi-finals of the UCL for the second season in a row. As per Opta, PSG had managed to reach the last four only once in their previous 11 campaigns in the competition before that (1994-95). PSG to score at home in the UCL for the first time in 24 games, since a 0-0 draw with Real Madrid in October 2015.
Notable stats for Bayern
Bayern Munich mustered 45 shots over their two clashes with PSG. As per Opta, this is the joint-most any team managed against an opponent in two games in the Champions League this season (level with Sevilla vs FK Krasnodar). Choupo-Moting has scored four goals in his last five Champions League games. This was his second goal against former club PSG.
A new milestone for Alaba
David Alaba made his 425th appearance in all competitions for Bayern Munich. This is the joint-most of any foreign player for the club (level with Franck Ribery).