The evening had started well, Wednesday, for the PSG. Because if the capital club finally bowed at home to Manchester City (1-2), thus compromising his chances of qualifying for the final of the Champions League, it was Marquinhos who had opened the scoring within a quarter of an hour of play.

Thanks to this goal, Marquinhos has also entered the history of C1 by becoming the third player to score in the quarterfinals and then in the semi-finals of the competition two years in a row after Cristiano Ronaldo and Antoine Griezmann.

But this goal from the Brazilian also allowed PSG to enter once again in the book of French football records by becoming the club to have scored the most goals on the European stage. Now with 446 goals in European Cups, he is now ahead of theOlympique Lyonnais and his 445 goals.