Mbappe and Messi hit two goals each as PSG beat Club Brugge in their last group stage game

PSG finishes 2nd in the group comfortably with 11 points in 6 games, just behind Premier League side Manchester City who is on 1st place with 12 points. Both of the teams has been qualified for the next round of Champions League.

Though it was already confirmed that Paris Saint-Germain is qualified for the next stage of the Champions League, a comfortable 4-1 victory against Club Brugge has secured their place in it. PSG finishes second in their Group A of the Champions League, collecting 11 points from 6 games, just behind the Premier League leaders Manchester City who topped the group with 12 points. It was a bad week for Manchester City in the Champions League as they had to face a defeat against RB Leipzig in their last group stage match. PSG and Man City are the two teams who qualified for the knockouts from Group A leaving behind Bundesliga club RB Leipzig and Club Brugge.


PSG’s certainly enjoyed their last group stage game as they comfortably won against Club Brugge who defeated them in their last outing at Brugge’s home stadium. Mbappe was on fire as he opened the scoring in just 2 minutes after the game started. The Frenchmen made a great link-up play with PSG’s newly signed left-back Nuno Mendes and finished it to the far corner. He didn’t stop there, after 5 minutes he bags his second with a great volley which gets past Brugge’s goalkeeper Mignolet. PSG’s were 2-0 up in just 7 minutes. Despite conceding early goals, Club Brugge didn’t lose their tempo as they kept running and kept attacking whenever they got the ball. Later in the first half, Messi made it 3-0 for PSG with his stunning strike from outside the box after beating some defenders. Mbappe was the one who gave the assist to the former Barca man.

Club Brugge was looking brighter in the second half as they were more comfortable on the ball and kept asking questions to the PSG’s defence line. The away team got their reward in the 68th minute when they pull one back after some good performance against the french giants for 10-15 mins in the second half. But, the Argentinian shattered Club Brugge’s dream of making a comeback in this match after he converted from the penalty spot and makes it 4-1 for the host. Though Mbappe couldn’t complete his hat-trick in the match, he became the youngest ever player in the Champions League history to score more than 30 goals.