With a 3-2 win over their Liverpool counterparts, Paris Saint-Germain's U19 side sealed their place in the next round of the UEFA Youth League and could yet finish top of their group.
The young Reds quickly got into their stride and went in front through Millar, who after being played in on the right, sent a shot across Innocent and into the net (0-1, 13'). It didn't take long for the Rouge-et-Bleu to bounce back, just three minutes later, Yaisien found Providence in front of goal, and he chipped Jaros for the leveller (1-1, 16').
Early in the second half, Yapi, beautifully found by Ruiz, crossed low for Kalimuendo to put the Parisians' ahead (2-1, 49').
Kalimuendo then grabbed a second late on, firing home the spot-kick awarded for a foul on Providence (3-1, 82'). Millar's header from a Camacho cross reduced the visitors' deficit (3-1, 86'), and Innocent made a brilliant late save to preserve Paris' advantage (88').
It means Thiago Motta's men are through to the next round, and could claim top spot in the group next time out when they travel to Belgrade while Liverpool host Napoli.
PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN - LIVERPOOL: 3-2 (1-1)
UEFA Youth League - Group stage - Group C
Stade Municipal Georges Lefèvre (Saint-Germain-en-Laye)
Goals: Providence (16') Kalimuendo (49', 82' pen.) for Paris. Millar (13', 86') for Liverpool.
PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN: Innocent, Yapi, Williams, Kouassi, Nya (c), Kapo, Providence (Coulibaly, 87'), Aouchiche, Ruiz, Yaisien, Kalimuendo (Fressange, 87'). Coach: Regis Beunardeau.
LIVERPOOL: Jaros, N. Williams, Larouci, R. Williams, Hoever, Coyle, Millar, Cain, Lewis (c), Rafael Camacho, Duncan. Coach: Barry Lewtas.