⚽️ ¡GOOOOL del Real Madrid! ⚽️— TUDN USA (@TUDNUSA) November 26, 2019
El Gato que siempre aparece para marcar, acaba de darle la ventaja a los Merengues 👏🏻😎
🇪🇸Real Madrid 1-0 PSG 🇫🇷
🔴EN VIVOhttps://t.co/6Xg6e5PD5y pic.twitter.com/CgaTFX8tWk
Madrid appeared certain to avenge a 3-0 loss from matchday one thanks to Karim Benzema's double and a contentious VAR decision that saw a red card for Thibaut Courtois overturned just before the break.
Benzema brace ✌️ pic.twitter.com/cKk3OWSHuS— Bleacher Report Live (@brlive) November 26, 2019
But Mbappe, who Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane this week expressed his love for, scored shortly after Benzema's second before ex-Los Blancos midfielder Sarabia rifled home the equaliser.
There was still time for Gareth Bale to hit the post with a stoppage-time free-kick as the Welshman came mightily close to silencing his critics.
2 goals in 3 minutes for PSG to level it 😱 pic.twitter.com/ihlZ4IhQOu— Bleacher Report Live (@brlive) November 26, 2019
It means PSG now cannot be caught at the top of the group, while Madrid – who lost the excellent Eden Hazard to injury with 21 minutes left – will lament wasting a host of glorious chances in a match they largely controlled, with their former goalkeeper Keylor Navas in fine form.