Champions League: Paris Saint-Germain qualified for the quarter-finals after a draw with Barça (1-1).

The main Paris Saint-Germain have qualified for the quarter-finals of the Champions League. The residents of the Ile-de-France contented themselves with a draw against the Catalans (1-1).

Paris Saint-Germain are happy with a draw with Barcelona (1-1) to qualify for the Champions League quarter-finals on Wednesday, but have a bit of doubts despite their big win in the first leg (4-1).

The comeback’s shadow hovered over the Parc des Princes a few times until Lionel Messi’s penalty stopped shortly before the break (45 + 3) from Keylor Navas. Kylian Mbappé opened the goal from the penalty spot (31 sp) and Messi (37) equalized.

A great Keylor Navas

Paris Saint-Germain can thank goalkeeper Keylor Navas, whose saves drove away Barcelona’s multiple hits and fears of remountada from a paralyzed side in the knockout stage of the Champions League on Wednesday. A punishment – please from Lionel Messi! – stopped, stops that discouraged Ousmane Dembélé and the Catalan attackers, the Costa Rican held his rank.

Former Real Madrid, three-time C1 winner in the merengue jersey, gave grain to grind for those who see him as one of the best recruits to Qatari PSG, a truly great goalkeeper at international level. At the age of 34, Navas did not shiver when his teammates had their legs in ears of wheat and were exposed to the fear of being brought up despite the three goals before the first leg (4-1).