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STREAM LIVE >> PSG vs Barcelona Live Stream UEFA Champions league 2021 Online Live Streaming Links Full HD

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Lionel Messi has spent the past 15 years making Camp Nou his playground week in week out, but over the course of 90 minutes on February 16, PSG’s Kylian Mbappe produced a performance which many fans believe signalled the passing of the torch.

With Neymar and Angel Di Maria watching on from the medical room, fans and journalists alike expected PSG to struggle against Barcelona and Messi –

who went out there with a point to prove amid the intense speculation surrounding a move to the French capital – and the Argentine quickly silenced PSG’s vocal cohorts with the opener from the penalty spot.

However, it took an inspired Mbappe just five minutes to restore parity for PSG before the half-time whistle blew, and the former Monaco man proceeded to write his name into the history

books with two more strikes in the second 45, while Everton loanee Moise Kean also chipped in with a memorable Camp Nou goal for the enraptured Parisiens.

By chalking up a trio of goals on the Catalans’ famed turf, Mbappe became just the third player of all time to score a Champions League hat-trick against Barcelona –

following in the footsteps of Faustino Asprilla and Andriy Shevchenko – while another goal on Wednesday would see him become the youngest player in the history of the tournament to hit 25 goals – a record currently held by none other than Messi himself.

The Frenchman was once again in scintillating form in PSG’s most recent outing, as his brace saw Pochettino’s side ease into the next round of the Coupe de France courtesy of a 3-0 triumph over a leaky Brest,

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while Pablo Sarabia – deputising for the injured Di Maria and COVID-positive Kean – followed up his winner against Bordeaux with the second goal against Les Pirates.

As all the best managers do, Pochettino refused to get carried away after his side’s resounding win at Camp Nou as he called on PSG to “stay humble”,

but it would have been extremely difficult not to feel an overwhelming sense of pride after thumping La Blaugrana on their own turf – even in the absence of 90,000 fans filling the arena with noise

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