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Paris Saint-Germain 2-1 Chelsea: Late

Edinson Cavani strike gives Parisians
slender advantage in Champions League
last-16 tie

Zlatan Ibrahimovic gave PSG first-half lead as his freekick took a big deflection off John Obi Mikel

Mikel atoned for turning his back in the wall by
grabbing Chelsea's equaliser in first-half injury time

Edinson Cavani scored the winner from a tight angle just
four minutes after coming off the bench

The last-16 second leg clash takes place at Stamford
Bridge on Wednesday, March 9 at 7.45pm

By Martin Samuel for the Daily Mail
Published: 21:33 GMT, 16 February 2016 | Updated: 22:44 GMT, 16 February 2016





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it is fair to say things are being done differently. On Tuesday night he demonstrated why. Edinson Cavani. There have been rumours he would be open to a new club for some time.Germain. . Misfits. and central. They would come off the bench and win the game against the odds. It is a sign of the rapid development at PSG that he no longer gets to start every game. cost £55million and was the most expensive signing in the history of French football. renegades. The substitute that took this match away from Chelsea.Super subs used to be the fairy story players in any team. locals boys made good. At Paris Saint. and often plays in a wide role with Zlatan Ibrahimovic still the star of the show.

+19 Edinson Cavani (right) celebrates with David Luiz after his 78th-minute strike put Paris Saint-Germain 2-1 ahead against Chelsea .

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