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Neymar and Mbappe's 'incredible' understanding at PSG hailed by Marquinhos

The on-loan forward stands on the table to produce his rendition of a popular French song Le nouveau Parisien n’échappe pas à la tradition
Montrelle Montesinos | 17 Setiembre, 2017, 15:48

At Rangers we got to a Uefa Cup final under Walter Smith taking that very approach - and I know that all too well because it usually meant I was on the bench. The uber-aggresive management style and impatient trend of signings makes PSG one of the more inconsistent powerhouses in European soccer. "PSG have a great team, they play good football and help the attacking players".

Already this season, the three forwards have combined to score 16 goals for Paris Saint-Germain.

"For me, it is something that has to be worked on in each training session and in every single game".

His debut could not have gone better with a goal for the teenager in a crushing 5-1 win for his side that maintained PSG's 100% opening to the season.

Neymar certainly knew he had been in a game by the end of it, and while Ralston fouled him on a few occasions, his challenges were certainly whole-hearted rather than malicious.

A number of City players, in particular new French international full-back Benjamin Mendy, are prolific users of social media.

Celtic have earned the right to be a Champions League club again these days - the problem they have is that the competition's big boys have already left them miles behind before they even take to the pitch.

"I just want respect for the other ones".

However, regardless of how their teammates perform, Neymar, Mbappe and Cavani will be expected to continue to wreak havoc in front of goal and need to with Bayern approaching.

But Cavani alone was not going to be enough for PSG to take down some of their opponents in the Champions League.

The French giants embarked on an expensive recruitment drive over the summer as they sought to restore domestic dominance at Parc des Princes and push themselves into Champions League contention.

Ideally, the matches would have come the other way around but it is Lyon first.

Judging by their first half against Celtic, Lyon's defence will have their work cut out for them on Sunday night in the capital.