Lionel Messi thinks the three Premier League clubs have a good chance of winning the Champions League but has not named Liverpool among the trio..
The 34-year-old is entering his first season with Paris Saint-Germain after leaving Barcelona in the summer. The Catalans were unable to offer him a new deal and after 21 years he reluctantly left the LaLiga giants. PSG were happy to welcome the Argentine ace and finally He broke his duck with a goal against Manchester City.
Parisians are among the favorites to win Europe’s elite club competition this term. They are at the top of Group A, which drew with Club Brugge and beat City 2-0.
United are third in Group F after losing to the Young Boys and beating Villarreal 2-1. Liverpool are at the top of Group B with the maximum points.
They beat Milan 3-2 and beat Porto 5-1 and are two points ahead of their next rivals, Atletico Madrid. However, while controlling who can rival PSG this season, Messi He neglected the Merseysiders.
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“It’s true that the focus of attention is on PSG,” he said. Set (via mirror). But there are other very strong teams like Chelsea, Manchester teams, Real Madrid, always responsive Inter Milan, Bayern.
Liverpool have had a strong start to their Premier League campaign and are second on the table behind Chelsea. Mohammed Salah in the form of his life and Challenge for the Ballon d’Or.
There are even a few experts who now consider Messi his equal. Cristiano Ronaldo. However, the Barça legend proved far from a wasted power when he scored against Pep Guardiola’s side.
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Messi arrived in the French capital with great fanfare as Parisians tipped him for a Champions League victory. They have a starry side, Kylian Mbappe and Neymar in the ranks.
But Messi believes that the collective is far more important to success than any individual genius.
“We have great individuals, but we still need to get to know each other well to build a team. You have to play as a team to win important championships,” he said.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side is next in European action where they will face German club RB Leipzig on October 19.
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