Danilo Pereira played in a backline of five for Paris Saint-Germain, who played alongside Marquinhos and Presnel Kimpembe in the 5-3-2 that Thomas Tuchel planned to face İstanbul Başakşehir.
The Portuguese international had a good performance while playing all 90 minutes where he had four clearances, 89 touches, and went 72 for 75 on his passes for a 96-percent accurate percentage per SofaScore.
After the match, Pereira spoke to the microphone of PSG TV, where he discussed the alleged racist remarks that were made by the fourth referee in the direction of Pierre Webó.
“It was strange Tuesday, I think everyone saw what happened on TV, and there was a special situation,” Pereira said.
Pereira then discussed the 5-1 victory by the capital club.
“Today, we continued to play. We played well and controlled the whole game. These three points are important because we finish first in the group. So it was a good game for us,” Pereira said.
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