Title holders Bayern Munich were on Wednesday demolished by French side Paris Saint Germain in the Champions League thanks to two goals from Kylian Mbappe.
In what was a repeat of last season Champions League final, the clash was so entertaining and was packed as another final.
PSG took only three minutes to break the deadlock when Neymar fed Kylian Mbappe who again finished the third sending the ball between the legs of Neur in the 68th minute.
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The French giants doubled the lead when Marquinhos sent a powerful header as former PSG player Choupo-moting headed on the other side for the first of the host in the first half.
Bayern Munich who are without striker Robert Lewandoski levelled things in the second half when Muller netted home from a Joshua Kimmich free kick in the 60th minute.
Both sides threatened throughout the clash as Neur produced exceptional saves to deny Neymar from causing havoc and so was Navas who blocked Pavard and David Alaba attempts.
The results were a sign of better things to come for coach Mauricio Pochettino who thrashed Spanish champions Barcelona 4-1 to knock them out in the first round of the competition.