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FC Barcelona vs Paris Saint Germain Live. The best teams from the European Competitions will try to become the best of Europe in this Champions League (CL). Mostly the winners of the big leagues and several 2nd/3rd ranked teams in their league are taking part in this competition.
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FC Barcelona - also known as Barça, is a football club in the city of Barcelona. The club entered into participants Primera División (First Division) since 1928, and together Real Madrid and Athletic Bilbao to be a team that never relegated to the Segunda División (Division Two). The club is also a club that won the Spanish league first. By offering 21 Spanish League titles, 25 Copa del Rey titles, 10 Spanish Super Cup titles, 4 European Champions League titles, 4 UEFA Cup, European Super Cup four titles, FC Barcelona became one of the most successful teams in Spain, Europe and the world . The most tangible evidence in 2009 when FC Barcelona managed to become the first Spanish club won the title Treble (champions of La Liga, Copa del Rey and Champions League). Followed by winning the Spanish Super Cup, European Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup title to complete a Sextuples achievement. Barcelona is the first football club in the world to do this achievement. Barca fans are also often called Cules.
Carlo Ancelotti’s PSG face the unenviable task of attempting to conquer Barcelona at the Camp Nou this evening. After the pulsating 2-2 draw last Tuesday at the Parc des Princes, a match that was packed full of entertainment, incident and controversy, the hosts have the added comfort of away goals and the Parisians know they will have to be in superb form if they are to progress to the semi-finals.
Barcelona, who welcomed manager Tito Vilanova back to the dugout during the first leg after he was absent for two months receiving extensive medical treatment, are sweating on the fitness of the inspirational Lionel Messi who strained a hamstring during last week’s clash.
Ancelotti’s decision to opt for the experience of David Beckham in a deep-lying midfield role in the first leg drew strong criticism across several sections of the French press, and led to many suggesting that the Italian had been forced to start Beckham on the orders of PSG’s wealthy Qatari owners. Despite the decision being partially vindicated by a mostly cool and composed performance from Beckham, he may well return to the bench this evening in favour of the more youthful and energetic Marco Veratti. Alternatively, Ancelotti may choose to deploy them both with Matuidi missing out through suspension.
Tonight’s eagerly anticipated encounter will also see a return to Spain for striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic. The outspoken Swede endured a mostly miserable season at Barcelona in 2009, and after managing to score during an otherwise subdued performance in the first leg, he will be surely be keen to make an even greater impact in front of his former employers.