The Parc des Princes witnessed an exhilarating clash between PSG and Newcastle United, culminating in an exciting 1-1 draw on matchday 5 of the UEFA Champions League.
Newcastle opened the scoring early in the 24th minute with a goal from Alexander Isak. However, despite the visitors' celebration, there was a feeling that Gianluigi Donnarumma, PSG's goalkeeper, could have played a more decisive role in the play.
The match saw PSG dominate possession and create dangerous opportunities, yet their lack of efficiency in front of the opposition's goal seemed to persist. The game remained intense with PSG relentlessly attacking, seeking the elusive equalizer.
Tension mounted in the final minutes, and just when it appeared Newcastle would claim victory, a penalty awarded in added time at 90+6' altered the course of the match. Kylian Mbappé took charge and calmly converted the penalty to level the score, igniting euphoria among PSG supporters.
The result leaves PSG in the second position in their Champions League group. Nonetheless, despite this draw, their fate remains in their hands to qualify for the knockout stage. The final match against Borussia Dortmund will be pivotal, as the Parisian team aims to secure their passage in what promises to be an electrifying encounter.