Bayern Munich's astonishing form under Hansi Flick has taken them to the brink of a treble after they dispatched Lyon 3-0 in Wednesday's Champions League semi-final, and the stage is now set for a fascinating final battle between the German giants and Paris Saint-Germain.
French football fans descend upon the Stade Oceane to watch PSG face Le Havre in one of the first matches open to the public in months. The French government has set a limit of 5,000 people in stadiums due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. PSG stars Neymar and Kylian Mbappe are back on the pitch.
Paris Saint-Germain will face Borussia Dortmund, while Juventus will face Lyon when the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 kicks off in February. Real Madrid are up against Manchester City, Atalanta face Valencia, Atletico Madrid face Liverpool, Chelsea will play Bayern Munich, Tottenham face RB Leipzig and Napoli are facing Barcelona.