Juventus 1-2 PSG LIVE! Champions League result, match stream and latest updates today

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A second-half goal by defender Nuno Mendes earned Paris St Germain a 2-1 win at Juventus in the Champions League on Wednesday but rivals Benfica topped Group H thanks to more away goals scored in all games.

Benfica thrashed Maccabi Haifa 6-1 in the other group game and the Portuguese and French teams ended level on 14 points, having drawn their two head-to-heads 1-1 and with a goal difference of nine.

Mbappe broke the deadlock in Turin in the 13th minute when he received the ball from Leo Messi and dodged through Juve’s defence to unleash a low shot inside the far post.

Juventus levelled shortly before halftime after Juan Cuadrado sent the ball into the six-yard box with a diving header and defender Leonardo Bonucci tapped it in for an equaliser.

PSG sealed the win in the 69th minute when Mbappe found Mendes with an excellent cross between two Juve players for the substitute to score within one minute of coming on.

Juventus secured the Europa League spot, finishing third on three points.

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Juventus 1-2 PSG: Signs of life from Bianconeri but Benfica overtake lethargic Parisians

22:12 , Jonathan Gorrie

A much-improved Juventus side will at least be playing Europa League football after the World Cup despite losing to Paris Saint-Germain.

While that proves scant consolation amid an awful season for the Old Lady, Massimiliano Allegri can at least reflect on a strong performance against one of Europe’s form sides.

Granted, it’s difficult to expect PSG to play with anything approaching urgency even when they desperately need to win a game and their distinct lack of defensive effort must be taken into account, but Juve largely bossed the game, only undone by moments of individual magic.

Read our full match report here!

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FT: Juventus 1-2 PSG

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Mbappe’s brilliance to thank for PSG but signs of life from Juventus.


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77:00 - Locatelli has the ball in the back of the net but its ruled out for offside.

Chiesa returns

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74:00 - We did not expect to see him today!

GOAL! Juventus 1-2 PSG | Nuno Mendes ‘68

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68:00 - Brilian goal from Mendes, who latches onto Mbappe’s through ball and fires home from a tight angle.


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59:00 - Mbappe gets another shot off after a brilliant ball from Messi, though it’s well saved.

Turning into the Mbappe show

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56:00 - Some of the touches have been absolutely mind-blowing tonight.

PSG are not a team to rush

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49:00 - Hardly much of a surprise of course but PSG’s frontline have next to no interest tracking back. Given they need to win the game, that’s telling.

Back underway!

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Here we go!

Elsewhere in the Champions League

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HT: Juventus 1-1 PSG

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Brilliant display from Juventus so far, with Mbappe’s goal against the run of play.

GOAL! Juventus 1-1 PSG | Leandro Bonucci ‘40

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40:00 - The Juve captain taps in after a cross from Cuadrado.


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32:00 - Mbappe plays in Messi inside a crowded box but the Argentine’s shot is too weak.


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32:00 - Miretti pulls a shot just wide.

Juve have certainly had their chances.


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31:00 - Mbappe hits a piledriver with his laces from outside the box but it won’t dip in time.

PSG attacks few and far between

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29:00 - Not a huge amount up front for PSG tonight, Mbappe’s goal aside.

Goal for Benfica!

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25:00 - Juve, who have impressed tonight despite Mbappe’s goal, are currently bound for the Europa League at least.


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23:00 - Cuadrardo pulls inside onto his left foot but drags his shot wide.

Early PSG change

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20:00 - Ruiz coming off for PSG, with Renato Sanches to replace him.

So close to the World Cup, any slight problem is a major worry.


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18:00 - Locatelli tries to bend it in from distance and just misses the top corner.

GOAL! Juventus 0-1 PSG | Kylian Mbappe ‘12

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12:00 - Ah.

Despite Juve’s strong start, Mbappe gets a one-v-one agaisnt Gatti and the Frenchman cuts inside, nutmegs Locatelli and then curls one home from outside the box.

PSG building

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10:00 - Starting to see a lot of the ball now are PSG, though all of the play is in front of Juve.


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08:00 - Amazing strike from Locatelli at 30 yards out but the Italian puts too much fade on it and it fizzles wide.

The Juve press is fierce

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06:00 - Looks like a case of playing with pride tonight, getting at PSG before they can get it into Verratti and Messi.

Really good from Juve

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05:00 - Kostic springs into action after Messi’s poor pass and crosses across to Milik, although PSG manage to clear.

Sloppy from PSG at the moment.

Strong start from Juve

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02:00 - Some atmosphere inside the Allianz, with Rabiot looking to link up with Milik but the former PSG man overhits his pass.


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Here we go! Can PSG secure their status as group winners?

Stars on show

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Thierry Henry urges Juventus to follow Arsenal approach and stick with Massimiliano Allegri

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Thierry Henry believes Mikel Arteta’s job at Arsenal should offer a blueprint for Juventus to follow.

Massimiliano Allegri has struggled since returning to the club last year, failing to arrest a decline that to have set in upon his departure in 2019.

While previously dominant in Serie A, Juve have finished only fourth since their last League title win in 2020.

Allegri replaced Antonio Conte – who has been linked with a return – in 2014, leading the Old Lady to five consecutive Scudettos as well as two Champions League finals.

In an effort to grow into a more progressive brand of football, Allegri was replaced by Maurizio Sarri before club legend Andrea Pirlo took over.

Read Henry’s comments in full here!

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Atmosphere builds

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Chelsea decision has impact on Juventus star

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The fact Denis Zakaria plays for Chelsea means he can’t join another club in January. It locks him into being either a Chelsea or Juventus player for the rest of the season.

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An indication of the form Messi is in

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Mbappe vs Salah

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Who’s going to come out on top?

Confirmed PSG lineup

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Confirmed Juventus lineup

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Why is Neymar not playing against Juventus tonight?

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The Brazilian, who is in excellent form right now, is supended.

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PSG on a roll

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Latest odds

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Betfair: Champions League winner 2022/23 winner

Man City: 9/5

Bayern Munich: 5/1

PSG: 13/2

Liverpool: 7/1

Real Madrid: 10/1

Napoli, Chelsea: 12/1

Tottenham: 16/1

When is the Champions League last-16 draw? Date, time, TV channel and seeded teams

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The knockout rounds of the Champions League will be drawn next week.

Bayern Munich, Chelsea and Manchester City are among the teams to have already booked their spot in the last-16 and have since been joined by Napoli, Porto and Tottenham.

This midweek of action is set to complete the cast of squads vying to compete for the famous trophy in 2023, with heayweights such as Real Madrid and PSG still to play.

As ever, the last-16 will feature home and away legs with away goals no longer implemented in the Champions League.

Here are all the details...

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Lionel Messi to join David Beckham at Inter Miami?

18:16 , Jonathan Gorrie

According to The Athletic, Inter Miami are now CONFIDENT of bringing Lionel Messi to the MLS next summer.

The forward has less than a year ago on his contract at PSG, although Barcelona are also reportedly keen.

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Chelsea tinged with regret as Samuel Iling-Junior rises to Juventus challenge

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Samuel Iling-Junior’s two assists in 43 first-team minutes at Juventus have alerted the world to his talents and sent a tinge of regret toward Chelsea.

The 19-year-old has burst onto the scene in Turin after setting up a grandstand finish in his 20-minute cameo from the bench in his side’s 4-3 loss to Benfica in the Champions League last month.

Almost immediately after his introduction, he set up a goal for Arkadiusz Milik and two minutes later laid one on for Weston McKennie, without officially getting an assist.

He then set up the winning goal for Nicolo Fagioli away at Lecce in Serie A the following weekend. His impact in those two matches will be met with both pride and regret at Cobham, where he spent nine years in the Chelsea academy before leaving for Juventus in 2020.

Read our story in full here!


Sergio Ramos gives update on PSG future

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“I feel very good. I’m only thinking about playing and showing my best level, nothing else,” said the veteran defender.

“New deal? We’ll see what happens at the end of the season”.

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Juventus star Paul Pogba out of the World Cup

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Pogba underwent an operation on a keen problem in September but his agent said that, following a medical review, the midfielder would not yet return to the Juventus squad or join up with France for the Nov. 20-Dec. 18 World Cup.

“Following yesterday and today’s medical review in Torino and Pittsburgh, it is extremely painful to inform Paul Pogba will still need recovery time from his surgery,” his agent Rafaela Pimenta said.

“For this reason, Paul will not be able to join Juventus squad before the World Cup break nor the French National Team in Qatar. If wishful thinking would change things, Paul would be playing tomorrow.”

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Messi names England among World Cup favourites but says he fears rival duo most

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Lionel Messi believes England are among the favourites to win the World Cup - but he fears Brazil and France more.

Gareth Southgate’s side go to Qatar next month in poor form but remain a threat having reached last year’s European Championship final.

Argentina won the most recent Copa America but Messi, 35, told fans in his home country that repeating the feat at the World Cup will be incredibly difficult.

“For us Argentines, it’s hard to be calm,” he told DirecTV Sports, via Record. “We are always candidates, but it wasn’t always like that.

Read the PSG star’s comments in full here!

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Prediction: 3-0 PSG win

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A depleted Bianconeri are set to end a miserable European campaign with a sobering night at the hands of Les Parisiens.

A 3-0 PSG win.

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PSG team news: No Neymar

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Neymar picked up his third booking of the competition last time out, so he misses out.

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Juventus team news: Vlahovic out, Danilo suspended

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As many as 12 Juve players are tipped to miss out due to injury or suspension.

These include Dusan Vlahovic, Federico Chiesa, Paul Pogba, Mattia De Sciglio, Angel Di Maria, Leandro Paredes and Gleison Bremer. Danilo is suspended.

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Where to watch Juventus vs PSG

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TV channel: In the UK, the match will be televised live on BT Sport 6, with coverage beginning at 7.45pm.

Live stream: BT Sport subscribers will also be able to watch the action online via the BT Sport website or app.

Live blog: You can follow all the action via Standard Sport’s live blog!

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17:29 , Jonathan Gorrie

Good evening and welcome to Standard Sport’s LIVE coverage of PSG’s clash with Juventus in the Champions League tonight.

Kick-off at the Allianz Stadium is at 8pm BST.