By qualifying in extremis in the semi-finals of the Champions League on Wednesday against Atlanta Bergamo, PSG returned "from hell", an event which "will leave a mark", according to Vincent Duluc, major reporter at "L'Équipe" newspaper, guest of Europe 1 this Thursday evening.  


A victory at the end of the suspense, and a new semi-final in the Champions League 25 years later. Wednesday against Atalanta Bergamo, PSG snatched a 2-1 victory in extremis, while the Parisians were led from the 27th minute. A historic turnaround between the 90th and the 93rd minute in the Lisbon stadium which will go down in the history of the club, explains this Thursday at the microphone of Europe 1 Vincent Duluc, major reporter for the newspaper L'Équipe. "Coming back from hell is something that leaves a mark."

An emotion at the height of an epic scenario

"The Qatari-era PSG played much better than this one, like the 4-0 in the round of 16 first leg against Barcelona 3 years ago. But the Parisians have managed a little to get into the hearts of their supporters yesterday [Wednesday evening, editor's note], "says the specialist. Because despite an empty stadium, the crazy scenario of this quarter-final kept all viewers in suspense. A strong emotion necessary "to leave a mark". This is also why "the great Saint-Etienne of the 1970s captured the fluff of the whole country: he was a specialist in these reversals, these surprises", recalls Vincent Duluc. 

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