PSG’s loss to Strasbourg ended their season-long unbeaten streak. AFP / Frederick FLORIN
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PSG travel to Munich knowing that they will top Group B as long as they don't lose 4-0 to Bayern. Asked by reporters if he was worried about his team ahead of the clash, Emery replied "No". Emery insisted that his team deserved to win and wasn't worried about the display.Stephane Bahoken downed PSG with a bullet finish in the 65th minute to drag the lowly home side away from relegation trouble and up to 14th.Striker Bahoken struck just as Emery's side looked primed to snatch the three points, with Kylian Mbappe cancelling out Nuno Da Costa's 13th-minute headed opener three minutes before the break and PSG piling on the pressure.
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