Barcelona – 2 – 4 6(6)
PSG – 0 – 1 1(5)
Down by four goals in front of a home crowd, Barcelona will look to avoid an early Champions League exit against PSG.
2017 hasn’t been kind to Barcelona, despite holding a one-point lead atop the Spanish table. The Catalans were thrashed two weeks ago in Paris, and are headed towards their quickest Champions League demise since 2007.
In addition to the on-field struggles, Barcelona could be looking for a new manager soon. After the team’s recent 6-1 win over Sporting Gijon, manager Luis Enrique told reporters that he will not return to Barcelona after this season.
Since their stunning victory at Parc de Princes, PSG are unbeaten in four games with a 8-2 scoring margin.
The last time Barcelona lost a first leg 4-0, they did not turn it around at Camp Nou. After losing by the same scoreline in Munich, Bayern Munich went to Barcelona and recorded another clean sheet, ending with a 7-0 aggregate score in the 2013 semifinals.
Barcelona vs. PSG kicks off at 2:45 p.m. Eastern and can be seen in the United States on Fox Sports 1.
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