Paris Saint-Germain’s 1-0 over Club Brugge lacked in the goal-scoring department. Considering PSG put five goals in the first matchup, some were expecting a similar result in Paris. Nonetheless, the match provided some good reactions via Twitter.
Let’s take a look at what people were tweeting at various moments throughout the match.
The lone goal in the match came from the combination of Ángel Di María and Mauro Icardi. These were some of the best tweets following the goal from Icardi:
— PSG Talk (@PSGTalk) November 6, 2019
— UEFA Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) November 6, 2019
Mauro Icardi scoring for fun right now 💉💉💉
— Charlie Boomin’ (@KC_Charliee) November 6, 2019
— IcardiFC (@icardi_fc) November 6, 2019
The next significant event in the match was the penalty-kick save by Keylor Navas. As a result, it ended up being 1-0, the save by Navas proved to be crucial. After coming off a loss to Dijon FCO, PSG couldn’t afford a potential draw to Brugge. Nonetheless, Navas made sure that didn’t happen.
These are some of the reaction tweets to when Navas made the save:
Terrible penalty, Navas with a simple save down to his left. He's unsurprisingly delighted.
— PSG Tourist (@PSGTourist) November 6, 2019
Real Madrid gave the wrong gk away
— scrub ☁︎ (@liIscrub) November 6, 2019
Saved! Navas keeps the spot kick out & PSG still lead. #UCL
— Jonathan Johnson (@Jon_LeGossip) November 6, 2019
— Ligue1 English (@Ligue1_ENG) November 6, 2019
It’s been a while since a PSG keeper saved a penalty 😀
— Lee Davey (@leedavey99) November 6, 2019
PSG was able to hold on and win 1-0, and here are some Tweets from supporters celebrating the win over Brugge.
OFFICIAL: PSG have qualified for the Round of 16 of the Champions League after beating Club Brugge 1-0. pic.twitter.com/RiKmzsdyIM
— Squawka News (@SquawkaNews) November 6, 2019
rt if your club hasn’t conceded a goal in the cl so far this season
— nkunku’s #1 fan (@PSGIsLife) November 6, 2019
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