PSG vs Dortmund LIVE! Champions League result, match stream and latest updates today

PSG vs Dortmund LIVE! Champions League result, match stream and latest updates today

PSG vs Dortmund LIVE!

Borussia Dortmund are celebrating reaching their third Champions League final against the odds. Mats Hummels’ second-half header secured another 1-0 victory over Paris Saint-Germain in Wednesday night’s thrilling semi-final second-leg tie at the Parc des Princes, adding to Niclas Fullkrug’s winner on home soil a week ago to seal a 2-0 aggregate win.

Dortmund will now look to emulate their 1997 vintage who famously beat Juventus in Munich after sealing a return to European club football’s biggest game for the first time since 2013, when a side managed by Jurgen Klopp lost to domestic rivals Bayern Munich at Wembley. Bayern could be the opponents again now back at Wembley on June 1, with their semi-final tie against Real Madrid locked at 2-2 ahead of Wednesday night’s second-leg clash at the Santiago Bernabeu.

PSG’s miserable long wait for Champions League glory goes on, with 2020’s defeat by Bayern in Lisbon remaining their only final appearance to date in club history. Kylian Mbappe will now leave the club having never won the competition in Paris as he prepares to join Real Madrid in the summer.

PSG vs Dortmund highlights

  • CROSSBAR! Vitinha strike bounces back

  • Mbappe denied late penalty after Schlotterbeck tussle

  • CROSSBAR! Mbappe effort deflected onto woodwork

  • GOAA... NO! Hummels denied by offside flag

  • PSG penalty changed to free-kick

  • POST! Nuno Mendes effort cannons off post

  • GOAL! Hummels heads in from a corner

  • POST! Zaire-Emery hits woodwork for PSG

  • SAVE! Donnarumma denies Adeyemi

Dazzling Dortmund heading to Wembley again

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Wild celebrations among the Dortmund contingent after the game and among the travelling support - and who can blame them?

No one ever expected them to reach a third Champions League final this season and first since losing to Bayern Munich under Jurgen Klopp at Wembley back in 2013.

Bayern could again be their opponents at Wembley on June 1, with their semi-final tie against Real Madrid locked at 2-2 ahead of tomorrow night’s decider at the Santiago Bernabeu.

Can they go on and emulate their 1997 vintage, who famously beat Juventus in Munich?

What an achievement from Edin Terzic and co, particularly in the midst of such a disappointing domestic campaign that sees them sitting fifth in the Bundesliga with just two games to go this term.

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PSG's long wait for Champions League glory goes on

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Will PSG ever win the Champions League?!

Another sobering defeat that comes despite them having 45 shots across the two legs and hitting the woodwork no fewer than SIX times.

Their long wait to finally lift European club football’s greatest prize goes on, with Kylian Mbappe unable to turn the tide on his final Champions League appearance for the club before heading to Real Madrid in the summer.

Could this latest high-profile failure now cost Luis Enrique his job, despite another Ligue 1 title in the bag?

Incredible to think that despite all the spending of recent years, PSG have still only ever made one Champions League final - losing to Bayern in Lisbon in 2020.

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PSG 0-1 Dortmund (0-2 agg)

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PSG 0-1 Dortmund (0-2 agg) | 93 mins

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PSG are attacking right until the end, but it’s too late.

Dortmund remain besieged but they are on track for Wembley

PSG 0-1 Dortmund (0-2 agg) | 88 mins

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An absolute rocket from Vitinha hits the underside of the crossbar!

That’s six times in the tie now and four times tonight alone that PSG have been denied by the woodwork. Absolutely remarkable.

Lee then fires wide as PSG throw absolutely everything at Dortmund.


PSG 0-1 Dortmund (0-2 agg) | 90 mins

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FOUR minutes of added time signalled - Dortmund are almost there.

Mbappe looks to be clear but he goes down under pressure from Schlotterbeck!

No penalty.

PSG 0-1 Dortmund (0-2 agg) | 86 mins

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Absolute chaos inside that Dortmund box now and they hit the woodwork for the fifth time in the tie!

Mbappe’s strike is deflected up onto the bar.

Just not their night and not their tie.

Hakimi joined Hummels, Dembele and Sabitzer in the book a short while ago for a shove on Schlotterbeck.

PSG 0-1 Dortmund (0-2 agg) | 82 mins

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It is astonishing how PSG haven’t managed to score yet in this tie.

Marquinhos now gets up to glance a free-kick narrowly wide at the back post.

Some very meaty challenges going in now...

PSG 0-1 Dortmund (0-2 agg) | 80 mins

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Into the last 10 minutes and the Dortmund box is under siege.

Asensio sees a couple of efforts blocked inside the area before Mbappe’s low effort is tipped around the post by Kobel.

PSG 0-1 Dortmund (0-2 agg) | 78 mins

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Barcola works hard to get a corner off Ryerson as PSG look to force the issue with just over 10 minutes to play.

Hummels comes racing out to make a brilliant block, with Nuno Mendes then shooting at Sabitzer.

PSG 0-1 Dortmund (0-2 agg) | 76 mins

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Another lovely finish from Hummels after PSG can’t clear their lines from a corner, but he was well offside.

PSG 0-1 Dortmund (0-2 agg) | 73 mins

21:35 , George Flood

It looks like Lee Kang-in will be on shortly for PSG.

Hakimi goes down after a little pull from Reus and wants a penalty, but there’s nothing given. Think it was outside the box anyway.

Dembele goes flying in on Schlotterbeck and has his name taken.

Zaire-Emery is the man to make way for Lee Kang-in.

He won’t help but wonder how this could have been so different had he scored that glaring chance straight after the break.

PSG 0-1 Dortmund (0-2 agg) | 70 mins

21:32 , George Flood

Time is slipping away from PSG as an enticing low cross from Mbappe is steered away by Schlotterbeck with no home players in sight.

Someone has to gamble there, surely.

PSG 0-1 Dortmund (0-2 agg) | 65 mins

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Major drama in Paris as PSG think they have a penalty for Hummels’ rash challenge on Dembele!

The referee initially looked to point to the spot, but changes his mind and awards the free-kick right on the edge of the box - a decision backed up by VAR.

Hummels booked as Asensio rifles into the wall.

PSG appeals for handball inside the box are waved away.

PSG 0-1 Dortmund (0-2 agg) | 67 mins

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Dortmund are going to five at the back with this 2-0 lead in the tie.

Nicklas Sule is on for Sancho.

PSG 0-1 Dortmund (0-2 agg) | 63 mins

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After those missed chances, Ramos is off for PSG.

On comes Asensio, with Barcola also replacing Fabian Ruiz.

PSG 0-1 Dortmund (0-2 agg) | 61 mins

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PSG hit the woodwork for the FOURTH time in this tie!

Nuno Mendes’ fine strike rattles back off the post.

But here they come again, Dembele teeing up Ramos for a poor strike that flies well wide.

PSG 0-1 Dortmund (0-2 agg) | 59 mins

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Chance for PSG as Vitinha plays inside to Ramos, whose first-time shot is fizzed over the bar.

GOAL! PSG 0-1 Dortmund (0-2 agg) | Mats Hummels 50'

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50 mins: An emphatic header from a corner from Hummels and Dortmund double their lead in this semi-final tie!

Brilliant from the experienced defender to lose Beraldo and then guide Brandt’s delivery from the left into the back of the net.

PSG now with a mountain to climb...

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PSG 0-1 Dortmund (0-2 agg)

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What a header from Mats Hummels...

PSG 0-1 Dortmund (0-2 agg) | 56 mins

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Edin Terzic is looking to his bench for the first time tonight.

Adeyemi is replaced by Marco Reus.

How long until Luis Enrique follows suit?

PSG need goals, and fast...

PSG 0-1 Dortmund (0-2 agg) | 54 mins

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PSG made a roaring start to the second half but Dortmund look in complete control now after that vital goal.

They could be in again, but can’t pick out Sancho on the overlap and have to settle for another corner.

PSG 0-0 Dortmund (0-1 agg) | 46 mins

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The amount of pyro behind Donnarumma’s goal in this second half is extraordinary - so much smoke swirling in the air at that end.

Ryerson with a crucial intervention to steer Hakimi’s cross behind at the back post!

This has been some start from PSG to the second half, with Ramos flicking up a deflected cross from the left before Zaire-Emery hits the post from close range!

Oh wow. That has to be a goal!

No changes from either side at the break, by the way.

PSG 0-0 Dortmund (0-1 agg)

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The teams are back out at the Parc des Princes, with Dortmund’s players booed onto the pitch.

They are 45 minutes away from only a third Champions League final and first for 11 years.

Can they do it, or is there still a PSG comeback to come?

Let’s find out. A massive half ahead...

PSG 0-0 Dortmund (0-1 agg)

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Goalless at the break in Paris, where Donnarumma’s big save to deny Adeyemi has been the biggest moment of the game so far.

Dortmund still hold that slender advantage from the first leg and have come under pressure, but there’s not been much to unduly trouble goalkeeper Gregor Kobel so far.

Mbappe and Co must step it up after the break to avoid yet more Champions League heartbreak.

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PSG 0-0 Dortmund | 43 mins

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Vitinha missed the target with another hopeful effort a short while ago, while now Fabian Ruiz lets fly for PSG with a powerful effort diverted behind by Schlotterbeck.

One minute of added time signalled.

Dortmund earn a pressure-relieving free-kick from the resulting corner.

PSG 0-0 Dortmund | 43 mins

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Still a fair old pace to this game, but just a lack of quality from both sides at the moment.

It’s all getting very frantic as half-time fast approaches.

PSG 0-0 Dortmund | 40 mins

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Fullkrug didn’t need treatment in the end and is fine to continue up front for Dortmund.

Ryerson delivers a disappointing low cross straight to Donnarumma before Mbappe then skips to the byline and sees his own delivery plucked out of the air by Kobel.

PSG 0-0 Dortmund | 37 mins

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Fullkrug is down for Dortmund now and may need some treatment.

The referee is dishing out a few warnings now to the likes of Schlotterbeck and Dembele as tempers begin to flare just a little.

PSG 0-0 Dortmund | 34 mins

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A massive save from Donnarumma to deny Adeyemi after a near-perfect Dortmund counter-attack!

Just moments before, Mbappe could not make proper connection on a short pass from the byline and another PSG opening was lost thanks to a brilliant last-ditch challenge from Hummels.

How big could that save prove to be...

PSG 0-0 Dortmund | 32 mins

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Lovely feet from Mbappe to tee up Dembele, who lashes high and wide at the back post.

PSG are ramping up the pressure now as another dangerous low cross is seen behind for a corner.

Dortmund still standing firm, but the hosts are beginning to turn the screw.

PSG 0-0 Dortmund | 30 mins

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Half an hour gone in Paris and Dortmund will be very happy with how this has gone so far.

PSG have had their moments, but there’s been nothing like the sort of onslaught we might have expected.

PSG 0-0 Dortmund | 26 mins

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Vitinha links up nicely with Mbappe before curling an effort high over the crossbar.

PSG 0-0 Dortmund | 24 mins

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Sancho has a run at Nuno Mendes and sees a low cross repelled by Lucas Beraldo.

The noise levels haven’t dropped at all at the Parc des Princes so far.

Some atmosphere!

PSG 0-0 Dortmund | 21 mins

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Some nice touches from Mbappe early on.

PSG are trying to get Dembele involved plenty on the opposite flank, with one dangerous cross falling safe before he fails to keep the next ball in play.

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PSG 0-0 Dortmund | 19 mins

20:21 , George Flood

Famous last words, but Dortmund are looking nice and comfortable at the moment and seeing plenty of the ball through the first 20 minutes.

More great centre-forward link play from Fullkrug, who finds Ryerson for a lashed effort into the side netting.

PSG 0-0 Dortmund | 17 mins

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Absorbing stuff this early on, with plenty of full-blooded challenges and nifty passages of play.

Dembele is warned by Italian referee Daniele Orsato for hacking down Dortmund’s Chelsea loanee Maatsen.

PSG 0-0 Dortmund | 13 mins

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It’s end-to-end stuff just at the moment, picking up where that thrilling first leg left off.

Marquinhos fires into Goncalo Ramos, who takes a touch before firing wide.

PSG 0-0 Dortmund | 11 mins

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PSG had started the better, but this is a good spell for Dortmund now led by the lightning-fast Adeyemi, who sees an effort blocked behind for a corner by Marquinhos after being picked out by the chest of Fullkrug.

Marquinhos also gets the subsequent corner clear.

PSG 0-0 Dortmund | 8 mins

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A real frenzied tempo to this game early on amid the noise from the stands, with PSG pressing with a lot of intensity so far.

Jeers and whistles whenever Dortmund are on the ball.

PSG 0-0 Dortmund | 7 mins

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Dembele forces the first corner of the night for PSG, with Dortmund struggling to clear their lines before Mbappe’s volley is easily saved by Kobel.

PSG 0-0 Dortmund | 2 mins

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The first opening of the evening falls early to Dortmund, who swing in a dangerous-looking free-kick from the right but a tame Fullkrug header is easily held by Donnarumma in the PSG goal.

PSG 0-0 Dortmund | 5 mins

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Again Hakimi finds himself in a lot of space down that right flank, but this time he can’t pick out the near-post run of Goncalo Ramos.

Kobel holds once again.

PSG 0-0 Dortmund | 4 mins

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A lively start in Paris as Hakimi gets away down the PSG right and provides an early low cross that is prodded on target by Goncalo Ramos.

Comfortable hold for Kobel in the Dortmund goal.

PSG vs Dortmund

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Underway amid a brilliant atmosphere in Paris!Who will advance to next month's Champions League final at Wembley?

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Here come the teams at a bouncing Parc des Princes!

Time for the iconic Champions League anthem.

We’ll be underway very shortly...

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Some brilliant tifo action ahead of kick-off - the Parc des Princes is absolutely alive with noise and colour.

Brilliant scenes and befitting such a huge occasion.

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The atmosphere is just remarkable ahead of kick-off at the Parc des Princes.

Could we be on for even more noise than we saw generated by the Yellow Wall last week?!

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Mbappe looking to inspire PSG on home Champions League farewell

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On the other side, tonight is the last Champions League appearance for PSG at the Parc des Princes for Kylian Mbappe.

Can he make it one to remember and inspire a famous PSG turnaround to take them to next month’s showpiece, where they could yet meet his future employers in Real Madrid?

They need him to step up.

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Jadon Sancho out to prove Man United wrong again

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More than a few Manchester United fans will have their eyes firmly fixed on Jadon Sancho tonight amid their worsening malaise that hit a new low at Selhurst Park on Monday.

Absolutely electric in the first leg, can he repeat that performance tonight to guide Dortmund to Wembley?

And could he yet have a future at Old Trafford if Erik ten Hag departs, or is he destined for a full-time return to the Bundesliga this summer?

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Dortmund unchanged from first-leg win

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Dortmund, meanwhile, are unchanged from the first leg.

Julian Ryerson and Karim Adeyemi have both shaken off minor issues to start, while Sebastien Haller is on the bench after missing Saturday’s Bundesliga demolition of Augsburg.

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Two PSG changes as Beraldo and Ramos start

19:19 , George Flood

So Luis Enrique makes two changes to the PSG side beaten 1-0 in Dortmund in last week’s first-leg tie.

The injured Lucas Hernandez is replaced in defence by January signing Lucas Beraldo as expected, while in attack he’s opted to bring in Portuguese star Goncalo Ramos at the expense of Bradley Barcola.

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Teams in full

19:14 , George Flood

PSG XI: Donnarumma, Hakimi, Marquinhos, Lucas Beraldo, Nuno Mendes, Zaire-Emery, Vitinha, Fabian, Dembele, Goncalo Ramos, Kylian Mbappe

Subs: Navas, Ugarte, Asensio, Danilo Pereira, Lee, Muani, Mukiele, Carlos Soler, Barcola, Skriniar, Zague, Tenas

Dortmund XI: Kobel, Ryerson, Hummels, Schlotterbeck, Maatsen, Sabitzer, Can, Sancho, Brandt, Adeyemi, Fullkrug

Subs: Ozcan, Nmecha, Haller, Reus, Wolf, Moukoko, Malen, Sule, Meyer, Laurenz Lotka, Watjen, Bynoe-Gittens

19:10 , George Flood

Finally we get late lineup confirmation from PSG.

It’s as advertised by Mr Romano...

PSG lineup

19:06 , George Flood

It looks like Fabrizio Romano has pipped PSG to their own team announcement...

Dortmund lineup

18:59 , George Flood

Looks like Dortmund have gone early with their confirmed starting lineup tonight in Paris...

Terzic: Dortmund have made great progress since last Paris trip

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The head to head record between these two sides currently stands at two wins apiece with one draw, with Dortmund’s first-leg win last week following two meetings during the group stage when PSG won 2-0 on home soil in September before drawing 1-1 away in Germany.

The sides also met in the group stage of the Europa League in 2010, while PSG overcame Dortmund in the Champions League last-16 in 2020 - losing the first leg 2-1 away before winning 2-0 back in Paris.

For his part, Dortmund boss Terzic thinks his team have made great strides forward since this season’s previous trip to the French capital, despite their stellar European form not being matched during a disappointing domestic campaign that sees them sit fifth in the Bundesliga table with just two matches left to play this term.

"We hadn't really found ourselves yet,” Terzic said of that September clash, when Kylian Mbappe and Achraf Hakimi were both on the scoresheet for PSG.

“We lacked courage in many areas. In the two games in Dortmund, we then showed that we can play very differently against PSG.

"They have a mission, we have a huge dream... there are enough things we have to do better, because they will do better.

"Part of the success was bringing that intensity onto the pitch. If we need to, we'll run another 20 kilometres."

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Edin Terzic: Dortmund must improve on first-leg performance

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Speaking at his own pre-match press conference on Tuesday, Dortmund boss Edin Terzic admitted that his side would need to improve upon their Jadon Sancho-inspired first-leg victory in order to reach a first Champions League final for 11 years tonight.

He is evidently expecting the hosts to come out all guns blazing on home soil in order to overturn the deficit.

"We showed a good game last week, which gave us that little lead. But that performance probably won't be enough to get us into the final," Terzic said.

"We have to do everything together with a good plan, with a good idea.

“Paris will certainly do better than last week. We want to earn this ticket to the final. We'll tackle that together.”

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18:27 , George Flood

The atmosphere for last week’s first-leg showdown at Signal Iduna Park was absolutely sensational, with the famed Yellow Wall more than playing their part in Dortmund’s hard-fought win.

And if these pre-match videos from PSG are anything to go by, we’re in for similar non-stop noise at the Parc des Princes tonight...

Luis Enrique confident over PSG turnaround on home soil

18:22 , George Flood

Despite last week’s narrow defeat in Dortmund and a host of missed chances during a memorable second half, Luis Enrique appears confident that his PSG side will get the job done tonight and advance to the Champions League final at Wembley on June 1.

The Spaniard also believes that the sold-out home crowd at a no doubt rocking Parc des Princes will play a key role in getting his team over the line.

"That is the only sentence I know in French, 'on va gagner' we are going to win," Enrique said.

"It is a sentence I like, and I always think my team will win, so that is what I say.

"I think the role of the fans will be vital, as it has been throughout the season.

"We have a total guarantee that the fans will be fully behind us as they have been all year, particularly when we need them, and this isn't a normal thing.

"We will all be together and I hope we can celebrate a victory and a place in the final."

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Luis Enrique: PSG not aiming to win second leg by two goals

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Luis Enrique insists PSG will not be fixated on scoring exactly twice tonight in order to overturn their first-leg deficit and reach the Champions League final for only the second time in club history.

Glory in Europe’s elite club competition has always felt like the ultimate validation that has long been sought for the PSG project, but they have endured a string of high-profile failures on the biggest stage and lost 1-0 to Bayern Munich in their only previous final appearance in Lisbon back in 2020.

"The aim isn't to win by two goals, but to win, if you think you have to score two goals that seems like a big target," Luis Enrique told a press conference on Tuesday.

"We just want to play and score. If we score in the 89th minute, it will carry on.

“We don't need to score right away, we just want to win the game.

"You could score twice in two minutes, but you could also concede a goal.

"It will be an even game with a high level of play on and off the ball, so it will be tough for both teams."

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Predicted lineups

17:58 , George Flood

Here is how Standard Sport sees both sides lining up for tonight’s massive semi-final second-leg tie in Paris...

Predicted PSG XI: Donnarumma; Hakimi, Marquinhos, Beraldo, Mendes; Zaire-Emery, Vitinha, Fabian Ruiz; Dembele, Mbappe, Barcola

Predicted Dortmund XI: Kobel; Ryerson, Hummels, Schlotterbeck, Maatsen; Can, Sabitzer; Adeyemi, Brandt, Sancho; Fullkrug

PSG vs Dortmund prediction

17:52 , George Flood

Dortmund have been stellar in the Champions League this term despite a weak domestic campaign but their opponents will surely improve from their first-leg display.

This one might go all the way...

PSG to win 1-0 and the tie to finish level 1-1 on aggregate. PSG to win on penalties.

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Dortmund team news

17:51 , George Flood

Whereas reigning Ligue 1 champions PSG had the weekend off after the first leg, Borussia Dortmund were back in Bundesliga action on Saturday and thrashed Augsburg 5-1 on an emotional day that saw fans pay initial tribute to the outgoing club legend Marco Reus, whose Westfalenstadion exit after 12 years has been confirmed.

BVB head coach Edin Terzic rested several key players for that game, with the likes of captain Emre Can, Jadon Sancho and Niclas Fullkrug remaining unused substitutes and the likes of Marcel Sabitzer, Nico Schlotterbeck, Julian Brandt and Karim Adeyemi only making cameos off the bench.

Full-back Julian Ryerson and striker Sebastien Haller were absent altogether at the weekend, but are expected to be fit for tonight’s game.

The same is true of Adeyemi after a knock, though Dortmund remain without Algerian defender Ramy Bensebaini and young forward Julien Duranville.


PSG team news

17:42 , George Flood

PSG were dealt a major injury blow during last week’s first-leg defeat in Dortmund after key defender Lucas Hernandez was injured trying to prevent Niclas Fullkrug’s impressive first-half goal.

It was later revealed that the French centre-back had suffered an ACL tear that required surgery and is expected to keep him out for several months, meaning no European Championship this summer.

Young Brazilian defender Lucas Beraldo, a January signing from Sao Paulo, is expected to step in alongside captain Marquinhos at the back tonight, though Milan Skriniar is also a potential option along with Danilo Pereira.

Presnel Kimpembe remains out for PSG, along with goalkeeper Sergio Rico and full-back Layvin Kurzawa.

We could see head coach Luis Enrique try to liven up his attack tonight in an attempt to mount a comeback, which could mean one of Lee Kang-in, Marco Asensio, Goncalo Ramos or Randal Kolo Muani coming in with Bradley Barcola’s starting berth potentially under threat.

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How to watch PSG vs Dortmund

17:35 , George Flood

TV channel: In the UK, tonight’s game will be televised live on TNT Sports 1, with coverage beginning at 7pm BST.

Live stream: Subscribers can also catch the contest live online via the Discovery+ app and website.

PSG vs Dortmund live

17:33 , George Flood

Good evening and welcome to Standard Sport’s live coverage of Paris Saint-Germain vs Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League.

The stakes are sky-high at the Parc des Princes tonight as these two sides lock horns in their all-important semi-final second-leg decider, with Dortmund holding a slender 1-0 advantage from last week thanks to Niclas Fullkrug and the electric Jadon Sancho.

Can Kylian Mbappe help instigate a famous turnaround in his final home Champions League clash for PSG?

Kick-off tonight is at 8pm BST, so stay tuned for live updates and all the latest team news as we get it.

This should be a belter!

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