German referee, Felix Brych, has been named as the man in charge of Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid at the Parc des Princes on Tuesday night in the Champions League. Zinedine Zidane's side won 3-1 at the Bernabeu a couple of weeks ago and will be hoping to finish the job on Tuesday night.
The 42-year-old last whistled a Real Madrid game in the Champions League last season when los Blancos sealed the title with a win over Juventus in the final in Cardiff.
Real Madrid's record with Brych as referee
Real Madrid have never lost with Brych as the referee. In the seven games, Real Madrid have won five and drawn two including the 2014-15 campaign when Real Madrid beat Atlético Madrid 1-0 thanks to a Javier Hernandez goal. They also beat Copenhagen in the 2013-14 iteration of the competition with los Blancos winning 0-2, in the 2011-12 last 16 against APOEL too when they won 0-3 and also a victory over Spurs (4-0) in 2010-11.
The two draws were against Manchester United (1-1) in 2012-12 and against AC Milan in the group stages back in 2009-10.
PSG have never lost with Brych in the middle either. They won two and drew one of the three encounters when Brych was named as the referee beating Olympiakos 1-4 in 2013, Chelsea 1-2 in 2016 and drawing with Arsenal 2-1 in 2016 also.