the latest trends for Parisian composition, with continuity compared to the outward journey?

the latest trends for Parisian composition, with continuity compared to the outward journey?
the latest trends for Parisian composition, with continuity compared to the outward journey?

Luis Enrique could line up an eleven substantially similar to that of the first leg, Tuesday evening for PSG-Dortmund in the semi-final second leg of the Champions League (9 p.m., RMC Sport 1).

As usual, Luis Enrique did not let anything leak out this Monday – even to his players – about the team he will field at the kick-off of PSG-Dortmund on Tuesday evening in the semi-final second leg of the Champions League ( 9 p.m., RMC Sport 1).

One thing is certain: he will have to make at least one change in his starting lineup compared to the first leg (1-0 defeat of Paris), after the serious injury to Lucas Hernandez. The French defender should thus be replaced by Lucas Beraldo in the left axis of the Parisian defense, with Marquinhos still in the right center, Hakimi on the right side, and Nuno Mendes on the left side, despite his delicate first leg.

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Mbappé in the axis or on the left?

In the middle, the Zaire-Emery – Vitinha – Fabian Ruiz trio will probably be renewed, unless Kang-In Lee is preferred to the Spaniard. Just like Ousmane Dembélé on the right side of the attack (even if we had often seen him move into the center in Dortmund). Kylian Mbappé will start for the shock, but in what position? If he is aligned at the forefront of the attack, Bradley Barcola should start on the left wing. But if Mbappé is positioned on the left, the center-forward role could this time go to Gonçalo Ramos, unused at Signal Iduna Park.

The possible composition of PSG: Donnarumma – Hakimi, Marquinhos, Beraldo, Mendes – Zaire-Emery, Vitinha, Fabian Ruiz (or Kang-In Lee) – Dembélé, Mbappé (or Ramos), Barcola (or Mbappé).

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