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Manchester City failed to score in their last meeting with PSG (0-2 in September); the first time they hadn’t found the net against a French side in European competition since December 2008, when they drew 0-0 with PSG in the Uefa Cup. They had netted 23 times in 11 games in between these two, averaging 2.1 goals per game.
PSG have only won 20% of their meetings with Manchester City in the Champions League (1/5). Among the teams they have faced at least five times in the competition, only against Real Madrid (17% – 1/6) do they have a lower win percentage.
Only Bayern Munich (17) have scored more goals than Manchester City (15) in the Champions League so far this season. The Citizens are averaging 3.4 expected goals (xG) per game in the competition this term; since the start of 2013-14, this is the highest per game average by a team in the group stage in a single Champions League campaign.
PSG’s Lionel Messi has scored seven goals in seven Champions League appearances against Manchester City; the second-most by a player against an English club in the competition, after Messi’s haul of nine goals in six appearances against Arsenal.
PSG forward Kylian Mbappe could be in line to make his 50th appearance in the Champions League in this game (currently on 49). Should he do so, he will become the second-youngest outfield player to reach 50 appearances in the competition (22 years and 339 days), behind Cesc Fabregas in March 2010 (22 years and 331 days).
Manchester City occupies first place in the group, despite losing to PSG in the first round (0:2). City won the other three games with a total score of 15:5. In the match with PSG, the team failed to tear the defense and have an effort on goal through Gianluigi Donnaruma. To their credit, the Citizens put in plenty of action but not enough for success.
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As for the Premier League, Man City is Chelsea’s primary opponent in the championship race. The team fell three points behind the Blues and only one point behind Liverpool.
Last weekend, Man City beat Rafael Benítez’s Everton 3:0 without the injured Kevin De Bruyne. Moreover, before the break for the national team matches, the Citizens left no chance to their principled neighbors from Man United, winning with a score of 2:0. We expect to see a similar performance this Wednesday