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In 2012-13 and 2014-15, Barcelona beat Paris Saint-Germain in the quarter-finals of the Champions League. The two battles featured Spain’s best going up against France’s creme de la creme, as, on both occasions, the Blaugrana went on to win La Liga shortly after, while Les Parisiens went on to conquer Ligue 1.

But times have changed, and when Barcelona pops by PSG on Tuesday in the Champions League’s Round of 16, it will be a fight between two second-place clubs. Luis Enrique’s side finds itself one point behind Real Madrid despite having played two more matches, and Unai Emery’s side is three points behind AS Monaco.

As it stands, a clash involving Barcelona and PSG can’t claim to be the best of what Spanish football and French football offers.

Of course, there will be no shortage of eyes on the 10th meeting between Barcelona and PSG. Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez, and Neymar will line up in front of Andres Iniesta at one end of the pitch, and Lucas Moura, Edinson Cavani, and Angel Di Maria will line up in front of …read more

Source:: the score la liga