Leo Messi identified PSG’s main rivals to win the Champions League. No hesitation soccer ball

Paris Saint-Germain is still unsure of reaching the Champions League knockout stage. The team led by Mauricio Pochettino are eight points after four games. To ensure their presence in the knockout stages, Les Parisiens must beat Manchester City against which they face on Wednesday November 24 at 21:00 CET. For the first time in the PSG team there is Sergio Ramos, who has treated a calf injury in recent weeks.

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Leo Messi indicates the favorites to win the Champions League. “Most even”

Leo Messi was interviewed by the Spanish daily “Marca” ahead of the second leg against Manchester City in the Champions League group stage. The Argentine was asked about the team’s approach to this competition. Is PSG the main favorite to win LM? “Everyone says that we are the favorites. Of course I am not denying it, because we are one of the favorites by name, but we still need to improve a few things to become a great team. The Champions League is a huge competition, so it’s beautiful and unique. favorites, but not the only one, he said.

Leo Messi also indicated which teams he considers to be the main rivals to win the Champions League this season. “In my opinion Liverpool are doing very well. They look like the team that recently won the Champions League. We shouldn’t forget about teams such as Bayern Munich, Manchester City, Real Madrid and Atletico. In fact, many teams can fight to win the competition. “I think this is the most closely matched Champions League in recent years,” added Messi.

Until last weekend, Leo Messi scored goals for Paris Saint-Germain only in the Champions League, respectively once against Manchester City and a double against RB Leipzig. Messi’s breakout in the French league took place in the match against Nantes (3: 1). Eleven Sports commentators at the time described the goal as “absolutely historic”.

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