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Milan's remarkable comeback stuns PSG

PSG's misfortunes away from home in the Champions League persist, as the formidable group of Newcastle, Dortmund, and Milan adds another setback to their record. This Tuesday, the Parisian team found themselves in a precarious position against a determined Rossoneri squad led by the relentless Leao, who was an unstoppable force until fatigue took its toll.

A stunning comeback from Milan ensued, overturning Skriniar's initial goal with a spectacular overhead kick by the Portuguese and an unstoppable header from Giroud. This turn of events now places the pressure on Luis Enrique's men, compelling them to secure a crucial victory against Newcastle in the upcoming round to safeguard their qualification hopes.

San Siro, notorious for its fervent atmosphere, added to the spectacle as it welcomed Donnarumma with a controversial display of fake money. The match itself was a breathtaking display of back-and-forth action, resembling a game of chance where either team could have easily ended the first half with a barrage of goals.

PSG initially dominated, creating three clear-cut chances before Skriniar's opener, while Milan missed an opportunity with a wayward shot from Loftus-Cheek. Despite the Parisians taking the lead, Milan, galvanized by their Asturian coach's bold 4-2-4 formation sans midfield, responded with a breathtaking display, culminating in Leao's remarkable equalizer.

As the intensity heightened without reprieve, Mbappé and Giroud both squandered clear chances, with Dembélé's strike rattling the crossbar just before halftime. Milan refused to back down, pushing forward relentlessly against PSG. Leao, a standout player throughout the match, initiated the play that led to Giroud's thunderous header, orchestrated by Theo, securing a 2-1 advantage for the home team.

Despite last-minute efforts and tactical changes from Luis Enrique, PSG couldn't escape another disappointing night. Even Kang-in Lee's shot that struck the post couldn't salvage the situation, leaving PSG in a precarious position in the formidable group of death.

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