RB Leipzig will be able to welcome fans back into their stadium for their game against Mainz on September 20.

Ligue 1 is the only major domestic league to allow fans to attend matches since football first resumed in Europe in May following the coronavirus-enforced stoppage.

However, with Germany having curtailed the spread of the virus, Leipzig have been given the green light to have crowds back in attendance for their home match against Mainz.

Leipzig will be able to have up to 8,500 fans in the stadium, after a location-specific agreement was reached with the city's health department. 

The decision comes following new measures being introduced in the Saxony region on Tuesday, though it is dependant on infection rates in the area staying low.

"It is great news for the team but above all for our fans," said Leipzig coach Julian Nagelsmann. 

"It's almost six months since the last game with supporters and we've always stressed how much we missed the fans and atmosphere."

Leipzig finished third in the Bundesliga in 2019-20, while also reaching the Champions League semi-finals, going out to Paris Saint-Germain in Lisbon.

With Donny van de Beek set to arrive, are Manchester United targeting another new signing?

RB Leipzig defender and France international Dayot Upamecano is reportedly high on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's list as the United manager eyes a partner for captain Harry Maguire.

It could be a busy transfer window for United.



Manchester United are targeting RB Leipzig centre-back Dayot Upamecano, according to ESPN.

United are poised to complete the signing of star Ajax midfielder Donny van de Beek and the Red Devils are now eyeing further recruits.

While United continue to pursue Borussia Dortmund's Jadon Sancho, the Premier League giants have made French defender Upamecano – who signed a new deal until 2023 – a top transfer target. Upamecano has also been linked to the likes of Bayern Munich and Arsenal.



Lionel Messi wants to leave Barcelona but his possible move to Manchester City could prove difficult. Tuesday's Mundo Deportivo claims City will abandon their bid to bring Messi to Manchester if they are forced to pay a transfer fee for the six-time Ballon d'Or winner. Messi feels he is a free agent following the 2019-20 season.

- Fabrizio Romano reports United expect to receive a bid from Roma for defender Chris Smalling, who spent the 2019-20 season on loan in the Italian capital. It comes as the Red Devils eye a new centre-back.

- Sky Sport reports Milan are set to complete a one-year loan deal for Real Madrid's Brahim Diaz. The 21-year-old Spaniard has struggled for game time since arriving in 2019. Le10 Sport, meanwhile, says Milan are very interested in Lille midfielder Boubakary Soumare, who has been previously linked to the likes of United, Arsenal, Liverpool and Madrid.

James Rodriguez is on the cusp of leaving Madrid for Carlo Ancelotti's Everton, according to Romano.

- Calciomercato claims Juventus forward Gonzalo Higuain is in advanced talks to join former team-mate Blaise Matuidi at David Beckham's Inter Miami in MLS.

Arturo Vidal wants to terminate his Barca contract, says Sky Sport Italia. Gianluca Di Marzio also reports Inter are already in talks about signing the former Juve midfielder.

- France Football says Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly has agreed personal terms with City amid interest from United and PSG.

Eduardo Camavinga merits his call-up to the France squad because the difference he makes at Rennes can already be seen, according to Didier Deschamps. 

Teenage midfielder Camavinga was named in the team to face Sweden and Croatia in the Nations League next month after Paul Pogba tested positive for coronavirus. 

At 17 years and nine months old, he could become the youngest France player since World War Two and the first born in the 2000s to turn out for Les Bleus. 

Camavinga made his Rennes debut as a 16-year-old in April 2019 and made 25 appearances last season as the club qualified for the Champions League, having sat in third place when Ligue 1 was curtailed amid the COVID-19 pandemic. 

He has been linked with a move to Real Madrid but is expected to remain at Rennes for the 2020-21 campaign. 

"Maybe it's a little early but what he does on the field, it's felt," Deschamps said upon announcing his France squad on Thursday. 

"With Rennes, it's different when he's on the field and when he's not there."

Lyon midfielder Houssem Aouar and RB Leipzig defender Dayot Upamecano were also selected by Deschamps for the first time.

"I like his [Aouar's] technical quality: dribbling, assists, goals. He is showing more consistency," said the France boss.

"He is an attacking midfielder who can play centrally or off a wing – he is much less a defensive player.

"We've followed [Upamecano] he was close to getting called up. He is very physical and has a great presence.

"With what he was able to do in the Champions League, I felt it was the right moment. It's up to him to keep this level."

RB Leipzig goalkeeper Yvon Mvogo has joined PSV on a two-year loan deal, the Eredivisie club have confirmed.

Mvogo, 26, has made 19 appearances for Leipzig since joining from Young Boys in 2017.

The twice-capped Switzerland international has also signed a contract extension running until 2023 with his parent club.

Mvogo was an unused substitute for the majority of Leipzig's run to the semi-finals of the Champions League, serving as understudy to Peter Gulacsi. He played once from the start during the 2-2 group stage draw against Benfica.

PSV sporting director John de Jong explained signing Mvogo was motivated in part by regular number one, Netherlands international Jeroen Zoet, expressing a desire to leave.

"We have already promised to be co-operative with Jeroen Zoet when opportunity knocks for him," he said.

"He has told us he fancies a foreign adventure and we respect his choice." 

Barcelona have expressed an interest in Manchester City full-back Angelino, with the Premier League club setting a €30million (£27.7m) asking price.

Angelino re-joined City from PSV last year when a £5.3million buyback option was exercised but he struggled to establish himself under Pep Guardiola.

The 23-year-old made 12 appearance in all competitions, starting the Premier League defeats against Liverpool and Manchester United before signing for RB Leipzig on loan in January.

He impressed as Julian Nagelsmann's side reached the semi-finals of the Champions League, with those displays attracting the attention of Barcelona and their newly installed head coach Ronald Koeman.

Stats Perform News understands City are holding firm on their valuation of Angelino, which could prove prohibitive to Leipzig.

The Bundesliga side have an option on the player but it is non-exclusive.

"I'm very confident that we can reach an agreement with Manchester City, now that both clubs are out of the Champions League and the focus is no longer on the tournament," Nagelsmann told Bild.

"'Angel' is a very interesting player for us and he wants to stay with us."

It remains a possibility that Angelino could contest a first-team place at the Etihad Stadium next season, with left-back remaining a problem position for Guardiola.

Benjamin Mendy is still rebuilding form and confidence having undergone two bouts of knee surgery since his £52million move from Monaco in 2017, while Oleksandr Zinchenko fell out of favour last term.

Mendy and Zinchenko were both on the bench as Joao Cancelo started at left wing-back during last weekend's 3-1 Champions League quarter-final loss to Lyon.

Angelino is not the only City defender to have won admiring glances from Catalonia.

Eric Garcia has been widely linked with a return to his boyhood club, with Guardiola stating earlier this month the teenage centre-back had opted against a renewed deal in Manchester.

"He announced to us that he doesn't want to extend his contract with Manchester City," Guardiola said.

"He has one more year and after that, he doesn't want to extend. We want it but he doesn't want to, so I imagine he wants to play in another place."

Julian Nagelsmann has been tipped as a possible Real Madrid head coach of the future after guiding RB Leipzig to the Champions League semi-finals.

The acclaim came from his predecessor at Leipzig, Ralf Rangnick, who until recently was also in charge of sport and development at Red Bull.

Rangnick has been impressed by how 33-year-old Nagelsmann has fared in his first season as Leipzig boss, with the former Hoffenheim head coach leading the team to third place in the Bundesliga.

Their European adventure ground to a halt with a semi-final defeat to Paris Saint-Germain, but Leipzig and Nagelsmann will be back for another tilt at the Champions League in 2020-21.

"I believe he could do Real Madrid," Rangnick told German newspaper Bild. "I think it's very possible that he could go to a better or even bigger club [than Leipzig], if he wants that."

Nagelsmann has previously been linked with the Santiago Bernabeu top job, claiming in 2018 he had turned down an opportunity to step into the role.

The young boss, whose daring fashion sense has also caught the eye, said after the PSG defeat he felt great pride in his players following their run to the final four, having knocked out the likes of Tottenham and Atletico Madrid along the way.

As Nagelsmann said on Tuesday: "If we look at the attackers of PSG [Neymar and Kylian Mbappe], both of them cost more than our squad, so we will see what we can do with transfers. We don't have that much money to spend."

Nagelsmann's transfer pot may have been boosted by the sale of Timo Werner to Chelsea, but the young Germany forward was a special talent and will be difficult to replace, no matter what funds Leipzig have available.

Rangnick, whose widely anticipated move to Milan failed to come to fruition, addressed the disparity between the finances at PSG and the structure Leipzig are working within.

"I'm not someone who says that the finances are everything," Rangnick said.

"But you still have to bear in mind that the entire Paris squad will probably cost five times as much as the squad in Leipzig."

Neymar appeared to poke fun at Red Bull after Paris Saint-Germain reached their first Champions League final.

The Brazilian star helped PSG record a 3-0 win over RB Leipzig in the semi-finals in Lisbon on Tuesday.

Leipzig are owned by Red Bull, who are also one of Neymar's sponsors.

But Neymar appeared to tease the company on Instagram after PSG's win, posting a photo on his story of himself holding a Red Bull cup while smiling.

Marquinhos, Angel Di Maria and Juan Bernat scored for PSG in their comfortable win.

PSG will face either Bayern Munich or Lyon in the final on Sunday.

Thomas Tuchel backed Neymar to emerge from his goal drought and fire Paris Saint-Germain to Champions League glory on Sunday.

By Neymar's high standards, going three games without scoring is unusual, and the Brazilian star had plenty of chances in Tuesday's 3-0 semi-final victory over RB Leipzig.

As it happened, his misses were not punished as PSG overwhelmed their German opponents, with Neymar laying on one of the goals for Angel Di Maria.

And as long as the French champions keep winning, it hardly matters to head coach Tuchel who finds the net.

There is no question of Neymar's place in the team being vulnerable, given the 28-year-old and strike partner Kylian Mbappe would be marquee players at any club in the world.

Nevertheless, the longer he goes without a goal, the closer the scrutiny will be on Neymar.

"With the quality he has, and the confidence he has, he will be more clinical again," Tuchel said in his post-match news conference.

"He has the possibility to become one of the best players in the world and this team, together with Mbappe, it's great, and if he scores a goal in the final then I'm happy."

A lower-league defender in Germany in his playing days, Tuchel joked that he was hardly ideally placed to show one of the world's most accomplished strikers how to put away chances. 

"I can't do anything about it. What can I tell him? How can I explain to him how to score a goal?" Tuchel said, as PSG await either Bayern Munich or Lyon in the final.

"I only scored two in my whole career. I can't really help him with that. Maybe Kylian can give him some advice."

Neymar drew a blank against Lyon in the goalless Coupe de la Ligue final at the end of July, before also leaving it to others to grab the late strikes that dramatically saw off Atalanta in the Champions League quarter-finals.

Tuchel clearly sees no problem, quite reasonably given much of PSG's success has been down to the enterprising forward play of the former Barcelona forward.

Against Leipzig, he was highly influential and would have been well worth his name on the scoresheet.

"In training, he scores. He plays exceptionally well and he's extremely strong on the pitch," Tuchel said. "He just has this strong mentality, this strong character. He has this winning spirit and mentality."

Kylian Mbappe believes Neymar would be worthy of winning the Ballon d'Or if he helps guide Paris Saint-Germain to Champions League glory.

Football's most coveted individual prize will not be awarded in 2020, with organisers France Football citing disruption caused to elite football by the coronavirus pandemic in their decision.

Nevertheless, Neymar turned in a display worthy of such elite recognition during PSG's comfortable 3-0 semi-final victory over RB Leipzig on Tuesday.

Should they lift a maiden European title, Mbappe believes his team-mate will have done his hopes of one day being named the best player in the world no harm at all.

"I'm really sure if we win the Champions League, he could win the Ballon d’Or," Mbappe told reporters in Lisbon following his first start since suffering ankle ligament damage during last month's Coupe de France final.

"He would love to win it and I would love it for him, and this would mean we win the Champions League."

Mbappe and Neymar's impressive link-up on the field was evident throughout, even if it was the third member of PSG's frontline – Angel Di Maria – who helped himself to a goal and two assists.

"As our coach said we understand each other very well on the pitch," Mbappe said. "It’s important for the whole team.

"It’s really comfortable to play alongside a player like Neymar. He's one of the best in the world and proved that again today.

"He didn't score but it’s not the most important thing. Instead, Di Maria benefited."

Mbappe starred as France won the 2018 World Cup in Russia and he sees similarities in the condensed finals tournament in Lisbon.

"To be honest, yes [it is similar]," he said. "We've managed to put together a team where everybody knows the qualities and importance and also weak points of each other.

"I was lucky to win the World Cup and we've another great team here. You have high expectations for your team-mates.

"I can't tell you who will win the final but this can help you win the final."

Bayern Munich or Lyon lie in wait for Thomas Tuchel's side, although it is a showpiece occasion Mbappe feared he would have no part in following his setback last month.

"The evening when I picked up the injury I didn't believe I could make it," he explained.

"I thought it was over and cried all night. Next morning I got up and told myself I'd give all I have – it was ligaments that hurt and they can take a long time.

"Maybe I was too long by myself but I regained hope and wanted to regain this objective.

"I thought the team needs me not only on the pitch but even I can't play. That's why I didn't want to be negative."

Mbappe added: "The injury is not over yet but I feel well, better and better every day.

"I don't have any pain but we have to be careful. Still I'm ready to give everything on the pitch. All I want to do is win."

Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi was left struggling for words after the club achieved their dream of reaching a first Champions League final.

PSG eased past RB Leipzig 3-0 in Tuesday's semi-final thanks to goals from Marquinhos, Angel Di Maria and Juan Bernat in Lisbon.

Marquinhos put PSG ahead in the 11th minute, powerfully meeting Di Maria's cross, before the latter got in on the action three minutes prior to half-time following some sublime skill from Neymar.

Di Maria then teed up Bernat near the hour mark to ensure PSG await Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich or French rivals Lyon in Sunday's final.

PSG – who remain on course for an unprecedented quadruple in 2019-20 – have dominated domestic football in France since Qatar Sports Investments (QSI) purchased the team in 2011, but the capital club are within touching distance of the coveted European crown that has long deserted them.

"It's an historic evening," Al-Khelaifi told RMC Sport. "This is the first time that we have gone to the Champions League final. The players, they had a magnificent match, it's a magnificent evening against a difficult team. 

"I am proud of the technical staff. We played great matches after difficult times. Now we will play the final. This is a dream. I hope he will continue. I don't know what to say because it's a wonderful evening."

The Champions League has been played behind closed doors since the competition resumed in August amid the coronavirus pandemic, and Al-Khelaifi added: "For me, the supporters are very important, they are not there with us.

"I know they have a heart with us, it is something magnificent. We've been waiting for this victory for a long time, this historic evening, it's for you [the supporters].

"Our dream is the Champions League. We're close. I said to the players: 'Tonight, you had a magnificent match but we must not stop here, we want to win in the final'. I do not say a result but for football, my players want to give everything. I am very proud of everyone."

Thiago Silva is eager to end his trophy-laden eight-year spell at Paris Saint-Germain with Champions League success before finalising a decision over his next career move.

The centre-back signed a contract extension to stay at the club until the end of their 2019-20 campaign, which will conclude on Sunday in PSG's first European Cup final.

Silva helped keep a clean sheet in Tuesday's 3-0 semi-final win over RB Leipzig and is aiming to bow out on the ultimate high by lifting the most famous club trophy of them all.

However, the Brazil international - who has won 23 trophies during his time in the French capital - has yet to decide which club he will join next.

"I don't want to talk about that because it is not going to help us, but I want us to celebrate all together after the last match with a title," he told RMC Sport.

"I have already said a lot of times before that I want to finish [my career] here in Europe. 

"A decision was taken, now things are calm in my head. I will be at another club, but my heart will stay here."

PSG were comfortable winners against Leipzig in Lisbon thanks to goals from Marquinhos, Angel Di Maria and Juan Bernat.

Despite the three-goal margin of victory, however, Silva insists his side did not have it all their own way at the Estadio da Luz.

"It was not easy at all - there were difficult moments," he said. "But today, we deserved to be in the final. 

"I'm very happy with my team and how we behaved. We tried not to concede a goal right until the end because we know that we are very strong up top and can always score."

PSG will now take on either Bayern Munich or Lyon in Sunday's final knowing that victory will see them win an unprecedented fourth major trophy of the campaign.

And Thilo Kehrer, who has started their last three Champions League games, has talked up the team spirit in the PSG camp.

"We are proud to go to the final. In the locker room, there was a lot of noise," he said. "This evening we showed a real collective. 

"In recent months, we have been able to come together and gradually form a united group. It took a while, but we became more organised and are now more together".

Julian Nagelsmann conceded Paris Saint-Germain deserved to progress to the final of the Champions League and highlighted key errors made by his RB Leipzig side in a 3-0 semi-final defeat.

The Bundesliga side's surprise bid for a place in the final fell at the last hurdle after Marquinhos, Angel Di Maria and Juan Bernat were on target for Thomas Tuchel's men.

Marquinhos headed in the 13th-minute opener from Di Maria's sublime free-kick but the subsequent goals owed much to defensive lapses and uncharacteristic mis-steps from Leipzig goalkeeper Peter Gulacsi.

"I think at the end, the ticket to the final for PSG is well deserved," Nagelsmann told BT Sport.

"For the first 10 or 12 minutes, we did well. We were in the game – good opening moments, good counter-attacks, in the final third we were a bit too hectic.

"Then we get the free-kick and the goal. After that we need five minutes to get back in the game. That was okay and then immediately we get the second goal.

"Then it's hard to get back into the game because PSG have so much quality. At the end, they were the better team.

"You have to accept it, it's hard. But football is like that."

Leipzig started brightly but it was hard to escape the conclusion that recently departed Germany forward Timo Werner was sorely missed as they lacked cutting edge in attack.

"In the first 10 minutes we had three or four good moments to open up the game. We made two or three big mistakes," Nagelsmann said.

"When we conceded the second goal the belief of our players went down a little bit. I think that's normal, but it gets a little bit more complicated.

"It was a question of character, we did it well in the second half but with no big finishing moments."

It will now be a quick turnaround for Leipzig before they begin preparations for the 2020-21 Bundesliga campaign, but Nagelsmann insisted they will come to reflect fondly upon a Champions League bid that saw them beat the likes of Benfica, Tottenham and Atletico Madrid.

"At the end it’s not that easy to think about the good season we did in the Champions League but in one week it will be okay," he added.

"We'll try to do it again in the next seasons. We'll send the players home for one week and then we have to try and do it again in the Bundesliga."

If you gathered together all the footballers over the past decade with a career equal or superior to that of Angel Di Maria, social distancing would be no problem at all. There really are not that many.

And yet, his has always felt like the role of sideman rather than superstar, be it accompanying Cristiano Ronaldo at club level or supplying Lionel Messi for Argentina.

If Paris Saint-Germain do leave Lisbon with the big prize this weekend, the manner in which Neymar and Kylian Mbappe swaggered during the 3-0 semi-final dismissal of RB Leipzig means it is easy to imagine them stamping their names all over a landmark triumph for the Ligue 1 champions.

In many respects it would continue the story of Di Maria's career – always hanging with the in-crowd, but never with the coolest shoes or slickest hairstyle. It's a fair bet the 32-year-old winger has never worn anything as racy as the suit Leipzig boss Julian Nagelsmann rolled out for the occasion at Estadio da Luz.


Di Maria was arguably the most consistently effective performer in Carlo Ancelotti's Real Madrid side that claimed Champions League glory in 2014, shuttling with relentless menace from the left of a midfield three.

But Sergio Ramos scored an injury-time equaliser in the final against rivals Atletico in the same stadium Di Maria graced brilliantly on Tuesday. Then Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo scored in extra time. Angel who?

The brains trust at the Santiago Bernabeu certainly appeared to forget how important he was as he was shipped off to Manchester United for what was a British record £59.7million.

Di Maria scored three goals in his first five games for United, including an utterly delicious chip at Leicester City. United lost that berserk game at the King Power Stadium 5-3, Louis van Gaal decided the revolution would not feature entertainment, and Di Maria had his house targeted by burglars.

Next stop Paris, where an unfortunate pattern of glorious highs immediately preceding collective ignominy continued.

He was utterly electrifying as PSG thumped Barcelona 4-0 in the knockout stages of the 2016-17 Champions League. The following month, Unai Emery's men froze as they went down to a scarcely credible 6-1 reverse in the Camp Nou return.

In a defiant showing last season, he set up both goals in a 2-0 win at United in the last 16. Once again, PSG fluffed their lines and lost 3-1 at the Parc des Princes.

Later in 2019, Di Maria was dropped during Argentina's run to the semi-finals of the Copa America – another failure to help Messi to an elusive international prize. When the great man's fellow Rosario native scored a screamer against France in the World Cup a year earlier, the Albiceleste raggedly collapsed to a 4-3 loss and elimination.


Despite this picture of misfortune lurking behind every corner, Di Maria's body of work remains superb.

The majestic "score me" cross for Marquinhos' 13th-minute breakthrough against Leipzig was followed by another well-judged delivery for Juan Bernat's poached third. It was the fifth time in Di Maria's career he has supplied two assists in the same Champions League match.

Since his debut in the competition, his 27 assists are only bettered by Messi and Ronaldo, who have 32 each. The 89 goals he has set up since joining PSG in August 2015 puts him second to Messi (101) over the same period.

Between those interventions, Di Maria calmly slotted in PSG's second. Of course, Neymar's instinctive flick to lay on the chance will get just as much attention.

Even so, much of what Thomas Tuchel has put together to bring a once disparate assortment to the edge of glory is in Di Maria's image. Behind the A-listers up front, there is plenty of dutiful toil in a midfield combination of Marquinhos and Ander Herrera.

Di Maria is the man who bridges that gap between the cut-up turf and the stars with a little bit of everything. Neymar and Mbappe in return are doing all they can to match his insatiable work rate.

Plenty will be spoken and written over the coming days about what the PSG project reaching its ultimate goal might mean for football's soul. However bitterly such a triumph for the QSI collective might be received, it would be impossible to begrudge Di Maria – a giant of the era lurking in plain sight.

Paris Saint-Germain eased to a 3-0 win over RB Leipzig in Lisbon to reach their first ever Champions League final and remain on course for an unprecedented quadruple.

PSG needed two goals in stoppage time to overcome Atalanta in the last round but had far less trouble seeing off Atletico Madrid's conquerors Leipzig on Tuesday.

Angel Di Maria crossed for Marquinhos to power in the opener after 11 minutes and then profited from some sublime Neymar trickery to double his side's tally before half-time.

And the Argentinian also set up the third for Juan Bernat as PSG booked a place in Sunday's final against either Bayern Munich or Lyon, with that other semi-final to take place on Wednesday.

Neymar played a huge part in PSG's comeback against Atalanta and should have registered inside 355 seconds of this tie, only to hit the post when played clean through.

The French side were boosted by the return of Kylian Mbappe to their starting line-up and he had a half-volley correctly ruled out a minute later for a handball against Neymar.

However, Leipzig could not settle and Thomas Tuchel's side were in front soon after when Di Maria's wicked delivery was guided in from six yards by an unmarked Marquinhos.

Neymar again clipped the post from a free-kick but he brilliantly set up Di Maria for PSG's second with a cushioned flick after Peter Gulacsi's pass was intercepted.

Leipzig brought on Emil Forsberg and Patrik Schick at half-time and started the second half on top, but Bernat met Di Maria's cross to head past Gulacsi and kill things off. 

PSG had numerous chances to add a fourth in the remainder of the one-sided affair, with Mbappe squandering a good chance and then being denied by Gulacsi, who also produced a late double save to keep out Di Maria and Leandro Paredes.

What does it mean? Quadruple dream still alive for PSG

Nine years on from their Qatari takeover, PSG are now just one step away from winning the one trophy that has so far eluded them and the one they truly crave  - the Champions League.

Having won a domestic treble of Coupe de France, Coupe de la Ligue and Ligue 1, plus the Trophee des Champions, this is shaping up to be the most famous season in the club's history. 

Di Maria undoes Leipzig

PSG may have missed Mbappe for three-quarters of their tight tussle with Atalanta yet the absence of Di Maria in that one cannot be understated.

He returned from suspension here and played a part in all three goals, taking his assists tally to 27 in the competition since his debut in September 2007 - only Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi (32 each) have more.

Gulacsi gifts goal to PSG

PSG looked dominant but undoubtedly were helped by some sloppy play from their opponents, with no error more glaring than Gulacsi's hospital pass in the lead up to the second goal.

The Leipzig keeper pretty much played the ball straight to Paredes, who fizzed it into the path of Neymar to tee up Di Maria with a superb flick.

What's next?

PSG can now prepare for Sunday's showpiece final at this ground, where either German champions Bayern or domestic rivals Lyon await.

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