Mbappé scores two goals to lead Paris Saint-Germain to victory over Barcelona, overturning their first-leg loss and reaching the Champions League semi-finals.

Barcelona, Spain (AP) – Paris Saint-Germain played with an extra man for over an hour, facing Barcelona to reach the Champions League semi-finals.

Kylian Mbappé scored two goals to overturn Paris Saint-Germain’s loss in the first leg at home with a 4-1 win over Barcelona on Tuesday, advancing 6-4 on aggregate and keeping their hopes alive for their first European title in the French star’s final season with the club.

Former Barcelona forward Ousmane Dembélé and Fatiha scored for Paris Saint-Germain, who benefited from the red card in the 29th minute for Barcelona defender Ronald Araujo after he fouled Bradley Parcola while attempting to stop the breakaway.

“”When we had our full team out there, 11 players against 11, we were clicking like never before,” remarked Xavi Hernandez, the coach of Barcelona. “But once the red card came out, everything turned upside down,” he added, noting his own dismissal for protesting, “The game changed completely. We wanted to play against Paris Saint-Germain with 11 against 11. “That wasn’t worthy of a red card.”

Barcelona started well and opened the scoring with a goal by Rafinha in the

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