Real Madrid suffer two major blows ahead of Paris Saint-Germain second Leg

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Real Madrid lost twice before the second leg of the Champions League with Paris Saint-Germain. Los Blancos were behind almost all night in Paris as PSG began a relentless attack on the Los Blancos goal.

Thibaut Courtois’ penalty save against Lionel Messi seems to be aimed at Real Madrid leaving Paris without a hitch. But they lost the game with less than one minute left in the stoppage after a fine goal from Kylian Mbappe.

And already with the rising war, Real Madrid will now have two key players to play in the return leg to Madrid on March 9th.

This is because both midfielder Casemiro and left-back Ferland Mendy received yellow cards.

That brings them to the decision of the yellow card in this tournament, they will be sentenced to one game in the return leg.

Both absences will hurt Carlo Ancelotti and his, and it will not be an easy task to close your gap.

Eduardo Camavinga is likely to start in the middle of the pitch, while Nacho Fernandez is likely to defend, with David Alaba likely playing at left-back.

It’s not fair at all before the important conflict with what is obviously a dangerous outfit for PSG, as well as the already established leaders.

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