Paris Saint Germaine trio which consists of Neymar, Mbappe and Messi is unstoppable. This was confirmed by Manchester City manager Pep Gurdiola. Pep Gurdiola has accepted the defeat against Paris Saint Germaine. While at an interview with the Sky Television in U.K Pep said that it is hard to stop the Paris Saint Germaine trio which comprises of the three football legends, that is Neymar, Mbappe and Messi. He added that there is no way to stop the talented trio.
Pep Gurdiola knew that it will be going to be very tough facing their group mates Paris Saint Germaine having in mind that they team is know more strong than before.
This was after Manchester City was defeated in their match against Paris Saint Germaine. They were beaten two nill. The second goal scored by Lionel Messi in a fantastic manner. Messi scored his first goal for Paris Saint Germaine since he was signed in as a new PSG player. Atleast he has silence the critics he was facing after failing to scored since he joined PSG.
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