3 Talking Points from another PSG collapse ending in a 4-2 win against Nantes
3. Will Donnarumma's struggles and PSG collapses ever end?
For as many goalkeepers as PSG had available between their starter (Gianluiggi Donnarumma) and the reserves (Sergio Rico and Alexandre Letellier) they (almost) couldn't block a shot to save their lives.
Donnarumma in particular has been the go-to goalie of choice of Paris Saint-Germain's manager Galtier since the native from Marseille arrived in Paris last summer. The coach made clear from day one that he didn't plan to make it a competition between Gigio and Keylor Navas, and in fact he ended up sending the Costa Rica international on loan to Nottingham Forest last January.
Even with Navas in tow, it'd be naive to think he'd usurp Donnarumma from getting weekly starts under the PSG goalposts. Even then, though, Gigio might be sitting on his laurels and his prime position as the no-replacement-GK1 these days.
Gigio's disastrous game against Nantes (he faced five shots and could only block three of them, one of those leading to the corner-kick that ended in the second goal by Nantes) along with PSG's collapse after leading 2-0 for the second time in three games let Bayern know everything they'll need to ahead of their matchup with Paris next midweek.
Paris Saint-Germain might be packed full of goal-bangers such as Messi and Mbappe, but the defensive woes are so notable that they need to score three, four, or more goals to feel good about their chances of winning games.
Having to come from behind after losing 0-1 to Bayern in the reverse game of their matchup, means they'll need to start by scoring two without allowing any goal against Bayern. That seems highly difficult for PSG to pull off, so Paris Saint-Germain might actually do good entering the week in the mindset of having to score three or four games if they want to have a chance at advancing past the last-16 round of the Champions League.