Paris Saint-Germain opened its UEFA Champions League campaign with a less than stellar performance in their 1-1 draw against Club Brugge. Despite opening the scoring, the Belgium side looked comfortable and dominated at times against the French giants.
Former PSG striker Nicolas Anelka was a pundit on RMC Sport, and following the result, provided his insight on what went wrong with the Ligue 1 club Wednesday night.
“It’s PSG that we don’t want to see. Nothing. Nothing was, except for the first fifteen minutes. But apart from that, there was no intensity, no defensive retreats, no races… We did not see anything offensively, it will be complicated. If it plays like that, it will not be possible (to qualify),” Anelka said.
Manager Mauricio Pochettino will need to work out the kinks as the next match later this month is against Manchester City, which serves as a measuring stick.