PSG's quest for a first Champions League success came to an abrupt end on Wednesday evening after throwing away a 2-0 lead.
Reports in Spain claim PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi attempted to 'storm' into the referee's dressing room at full-time.
While on the pitch, Karim Benzema wreaked havoc with a quick-fire hat-trick that left the Parisian giants stunned.
However, throwing games away on the biggest stage is becoming a worrying trend for PSG – and one they must shake if they hope to hold the trophy one day.
And Daily Star Sport is looking at PSG's biggest moments they have bottled.
2022 – Real Madrid
After a moment of magic in the final minutes of the first leg, Kylian Mbappe was the showman once more, firing the French side ahead.
2-0 up, and with Real Madrid needing three to qualify, PSG looked set to move onto the next round.
However, Karim Benzema notched a quick-fire hat-trick as the French giants spectacularly collapsed in the second period.
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2020 – Bayern Munich
After a Covid inflicted 2020 Champions League knockout phase, a makeshift tournament was set up in Portugal over the summer.
PSG overcame an Erling Haaland led Borussia Dortmund, an exciting Atalanta side, before finally beating RB Leipzig.
It looked like PSG's year, with the French side looking like the most exciting side in the tournament, but they were a shell of themselves in the final – losing to Bayern Munich.
2019 – Man United
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Manchester United had struggled all season under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, while PSG were winning Ligue 1 at a canter.
PSG had led the first leg 2-0 at Old Trafford, but a spectacular collapse at the Parc des Princes culminated with a Marcus Rashford spot-kick thanks to a VAR decision.
At least we got the infamous video of Neymar stood in utter disbelief on the sideline.
2017 – Barcelona
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In 2017, PSG claimed their biggest scalp to date when they put four past a Barcelona side that included an attack of Lionel Messi, Neymar, and Luis Suarez.
Quite how PSG bottled a 4-0 lead is still unbelievable, especially when they led 5-3 on aggregate in the 88th minute.
Sergi Roberto's 95th-minute winner – to put Barca 6-1 ahead on the night – sent PSG crashing out of Europe.
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