The Frenchman despite netting superb goals on Wednesday night only had one of the goals standing as Real Madrid came from behind to claim a stunning qualification
Paris Saint German failed to maintain their advantage against Real Madrid as Karim Benzema sealed the night with a stunning hattrick performance for his side to book a spot in the quarter finals.
The French side headed to Santiago Bernabeu with a one goal advantage after triumphing over the Spanish Champion back in Parc Des Princes when they both encountered for the first leg.
Kylian Mbappe didn’t fail to maintain his classy game style as he alone netted all 2 goals on aggregate for the Parisians but sadly his side was clumsy enough to let Karim Benzema edge ahead of the 23-year-old.Embed from Getty Images
Benzema only in the second half caused two errors for Donnarumma which he later converted to goals before banking on another defensive error to quickly fire past the World Best Goalkeeper.
- Thomas Tuchel Finally Breaks Silence On Eden Hazard Reunion
- Real Madrid Make Irreversible Decision On Eden Hazard In Quest To Land Kylian Mbappe
- Anelka Persuades Kylian Mbappe To Make Chelsea Move As PSG Extension Talks Stalls
- Kylian Mbappe Fires Up Chelsea Transfer Hopes With Latest PSG Decision After Falling Off Balance With PSG Director
The game on Wednesday night paints a clear picture of what the summer could look like for the Real Madrid target with his latest comments about Thomas Tuchel reignites Chelsea links.
Mbappe is considered top priority by Madrid as he has even confessed his love for the Spanish team but with his latest comment about Thomas Tuchel, it’s now rumored that Chelsea could consider making a bid war come to live.Embed from Getty Images
“It wasn’t the most the desired night for us and we see how things go from here. Of course, it’s been a tiring run for us and we will not stop fighting.
“The last campaign didn’t end well for us and same for this. I remember the highest we have gone is under Tuchel who led us to the final but sadly he was sacked the next season.
“Maybe if he had stayed then it would have been us and not Chelsea [laughs] cause he won it for them and would have for us if he stayed.
“He is a master in tactics and I can’t deny him that fact, if by any chance I will have to play under his directions again then I won’t deny myself that.Embed from Getty Images
Chelsea are still in the run as they are looking to defend the title to join Real Madrid in the list of back-to-back Champions.
The Blues will return to action today when they lock horns with Norwich City tonight before their next week encounter against Lille who they already hold a 2-0 advantage against.