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Manchester City celebrated a 2-1 win over PSG in the Champions League rematch on Wednesday night.
Kylian Mbappe opened the scoring in the 50th minute, however, just a few minutes later Raheem Sterling equalised the score.
Gabriel Jesus’ goal handed the Cityzens a win, as well as desirable three points.
However, during the game Jesus chopped down his close pal as Neymar tried to lead a counter-attack, and was booked for a cynical foul.
After the game the two Brazilians had a chat and the City man revealed he apologised for a yellow card challenge. Jesus said:
“I said to him sorry because we are brothers, but that’s football. I never go to injure anyone – I tried to stop the game because I know his quality. He can score any time.
“I stopped him, but after the game said sorry because I had to. He said he would do the same.”
After the game both City and PSG qualified for the Champions League round of 16 with City leading the Group A with 12 points, while PSG are second with 8 points.
Source – MEN