The win (6-1) of Paris Saint-Germain to the Red Star on October 3 is being investigated by the UEFA before a possible case of match-fixing, according to the French newspaper L'Equipe.
The prestigious French media says that the governing body of European football would have alerted the police to receive reliable information on a change gestated by a manager of the Serbian club, in the match of the second day of the group stage.
According to the information, said manager would have bet about five million euros for the defeat of his team by five goals difference. Since UEFA has not confirmed the investigation that would be carried out by the National Fiscal of Finance (PNF) in France.
Suspicions towards what could be the biggest match-fixing scandal in the Champions League are fueled by the passive performance of the visitors in several of the goals scored by Thomas Tuchel in the Parc des Princes. An action that would be marked by the interests of the manager and his bet for a profit of tens of millions of euros.