The Ukraininan footballer took the white and blue side to the next round with a key strike in the second half of the match, which led to PSG's exit from the competition.

The most recent edition of Le Classique did not disappoint anyone, and such a tight game had to be decided with a stroke of genius.

That magical play came thanks to Ruslan Malinovskyi, who found a loose ball just outside PSG's box to drill it past Gianluigi Donnarumma during the second half, giving way for one of the big shocks of the tournament, where Les Parisiens were seen as potential winners due to the talent included in their squad.

Les Olympiens had taken the lead thanks to a penalty by Alexis Sánchez, but their lead was canceled during the final moments of the first half by Sergio Ramos. The cherry on top of what turned out to be a great game came with Malinovskyi's left-footed strike, who capped some good options for Igor Tudor's team and gave them the lead the would not lose.

Have a look at Malinovskyi's strike that ended PSG's title hopes in this competition (Image might be geo-restricted).

This goal by Marseille's Ukrainian signing was also good enough to end their woeful run at home against PSG. Prior to this match, L'OM had not been able to beat PSG in nine games at home across all competitions, including a 5-1 blowout back in 2017. Now, the team from the French capital will have to reconsider Marseille as a tough team to beat, especially with the Ligue 1 title race still very much up for grabs.