PSG vs Bayern Munich: Can PSG exploit Bayern’s high defensive line? | The Nutmeg
By Guardian Exclusive
23 August 2020 | 4:22 pm
As PSG and Bayern Munich go into today's final of the 2020 Champions League, Solomon Fowowe and Fisayo Dairo talk about the possibility of PSG exploiting Bayern's high defensive line.
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