On a night set aside to celebrate St. Valentine, Bayern Munich succeeded in ruining the mood in the city of love, Paris for PSG.

With the Parisian giants, PSG looking to lay their hands on the much coveted Champions League trophy, Christopher Galtier’s men didn’t show the mentality on the night against the Bundesliga champions.

Bayern Munich started the game better in the first half, but failed to create any clear chances.

Born in Paris and raised at PSG, Coman scored the only goal of the game in the second half , just like he did when his sole goal won Bayern Munich the Champions League against PSG in 2020 at the Estádio da Luiz, Portugal.

“I was born here in Paris. That’s why I didn’t cheer after my goal,” Coman said. “We’re happy that we won.”

However, he was withdrawn later in the second half due to injury.

“I have some calf problems, I got a blow to the ankle, but I hope it’s only a few days.” He concluded.

“Yeah especially in the first 25 minutes, I think we had a really good control and a good counter pressing, We worked every attack of Paris and sometimes I think the perfect addition is could be to attack a bit more aggressive on the opponent’s goal.

“I think we could have created more chances in the first 25 minutes. We had two or three chances to score another goal. It’s kinda arrogant if I say we have to score two or three goals. At the end it’s important that we didn’t concede one.” Bayern Munich coach, Julian Nagelsmann said after the game.

With Mbappe been introduced in the 57th minute, Neymar and Messi looked revived. The French man scored twice but was ruled out for offsides on both occasion.

Home celebrations were cut short, though, as left-back Nuno Mendes was ruled narrowly offside by the video assistant referee (VAR) before he delivered a cross for Mbappe to finish into the roof of the net.

PSG now have a mountain to climb in the return leg in Germany. They face a tough task in the return leg in Germany on 8 March.