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Football Fans Troll Leo Messi After PSG Suffer Champions League Heartbreak
- Paris Saint-Germain's inability to break the round-of-16 glass ceiling in the Champions League continued for the second season, running
- The French club stumbled to a 3-0 defeat across two legs against Bayern Munich
- The defeat was largely placed at the doorsteps of World Cup winner Leo Messi
Lionel Messi has come under intense backlash following Paris Saint-Germain's exit from the Champions League knockout phase.
The Parisians suffered back-to-back round-of-16 eliminations from Europe's premier club competition after suffering a 3-0 aggregate defeat against Bayern Munich.
Having found his rhythm since the World Cup break, the seven-time Ballon d'Or winner was expected to inspire PSG to Champions League success just as he did with his native Argentina.
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Wednesday night's defeat at the hands of Bayern adds to the long list of several heartbreaks for the Parisian club in Europe's premier competition, even in the presence of the Argentine genius, GOAL reports.
Fans troll Messi after PSG exit
"PSG signed the wrong goat. They would have won a UCL with the right GOAT by now."
"Messi has destroyed my beloved PSG. He must leave, or we are going to boo him again."
"Messi and Ronaldo will watch the champions league final at home."
@blingbrigz sarcastically called Messi the greatest of all time after PSG's exit:
"Genuine question, when last did Messi turn up in a big Champions league game?"
PSG suffer UCL elimination
Sports Brief previously reported that Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting scored against his former club as Bayern Munich ended the Champions League hopes of Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday, beating the French club 2-0 in their last-16 second leg to reach the quarterfinals.
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Choupo-Moting, who featured for PSG in their 1-0 Champions League final loss to Bayern in Lisbon in 2020, side footed the ball home after Thomas Mueller dispossessed Marco Verratti inside his own penalty area.
Bayern reached the last eight for the fourth straight year, while PSG will need to wait at least another season to lift the coveted trophy for the first time.