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Photo: PSG and Bayern Munich will do battle for the most coveted prize in club football at the Estadio da Luz in Lisbon on Sunday. (Getty Images)





French champions Paris St. Germain will take on German powerhouse Bayern Munich in a dream final in the Champions League at the Estadio da Luz, in Lisbon Portugal, on Sunday. PSG will be playing in their first final while Bayern will be contesting their 11th final.

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Photo: Angel Di Maria and Neymar celebrate after Di Maria put PSG 2-0 ahead in the Champions League semifinal againt RB Leipzig. PSG went on to win the match 3-0. (Getty Images)





Angel Di Maria turned in an inspired performance to lead Paris St. Germain to their first UEFA Champions League final when they easily disposed of RB Leipzig 3-0 in the semifinal on Tuesday.

Di Maria assisted two and scored one as the League 1 Champions sauntered passed their German opponents, who were in their first ever semifinal.

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Photo: Neymar and Mbappe celebrate at PSG snatch a late winner against Atalanta in the quarterfinal of the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday. PSG won 2-1 to make their first semifnal in 25 years. (Getty Images)





Paris St-Germain qualified for the Champions League semifinal for the first time in a quarter century with a dramatic come from behind 2-1 win over first time quarterfinalists Atalanta on Wednesday.

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Roberto Martinez masterminded one of the upsets of the World Cup so far when his Belgium team defeated favourties Brazil 2-1 in Kazan on Friday. Two first half goals, one an own goal and the other from the impressive Kevin De Bruyne gave Belgium a 2-0 first half lead before substitute Augusto pulled one back for Brazil in the second half.

A lively start to the game saw De Bruyne get the first look at goal in the second minute, but he dragged effort wide.

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Photo: Tearful David Luiz (Reuters)

Like a hot knife through butter, so Die Mannschaft cut through the Selecao in a ruthless first half display of football to make a mockery of the five time world champions in their own home at the Belo Horinzonte stadium on Tuesday, in first the semi-final of the World Cup.

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Photo: David Luiz has been solid at the back while scoring two goals for Brazil so far. (Getty Images)

A battered and bruised Brazil team takes on a stretched but solid German team in the first of the two semi-finals at the FIFA World Cup. The dream of lifting the trophy is now within touching distance but still it could be far away for either team. The prize for winning such a huge encounter is a place in the final of the World Cup which will be played in the historic Maracana Stadium on Sunday July 13th.

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Photo: James Rodriguez and Neymar (Getty Images)

In a clash that has been built on two of the young superstars of world football, Colombia will be hoping the inspiration from the 20th anniversary of Andres Escobar's death gets them passed hosts Brazil. For coach Jose Pekerman it will be even sweeter to get the better of Brazil not just to be in the semis but he is an Argentine which means Brazil is the greatest enemy.

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Photo: James Rodriguez (Getty Images)

Seven of the leading goal scorers in the FIFA World Cup in Brazil will continue their hunt for the coveted Golden Boot when the competition resumes tomorrow with the quarter-final round.

Colombian James Rodriguez whose stocks have risen significantly since the start of the tournament is the only player in contention who scored in the round of 16. Rodriguez scored both goals in Colombia’s 2-0 win over Uruguay to jump to the head of the pile.