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PSG's 'MCN' turn focus back to domestic action

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PSG's 'MCN' turn focus back to domestic action

The Brazilian superstar should realise that he is a role model to children all over the world, and that these youngsters will look to follow his example.

People criticised me when I said in this column that though they dominated the Premiership and went unbeaten domestically, Celtic would struggle to make an impact in Europe. But he also knows there are a lot of good players here.

We knew we'd have to be very focused, what with so many players returning late from international duty.

This argument is difficult to disagree with for anyone who has witnessed Neymar and Mbappe in action alongside Edinson Cavani, with that triumvirate scoring 10 goals in two matches so far.

Les Gones have not been crowned Championnat kings since the last of their seven consecutive titles back in 2008 but they are still stronger than most opponents in the French top flight.

Guardiola also said he had warned his Manchester City stars about the perils of social media although he has no intention of curbing their use of it.

"Concerning the foreign arrivals, they know that they have to speak French".

It is one thing putting five goals past limited outfits such as Metz and Celtic but it would be another to do it to Lyon and an even bigger achievement to be that prolific against a traditional European giant like Bayern Munich.

Neymar, forming a formidable partnership with the French teenager, Kylian Mbappe, has hit five goals in as many games, in all competitions, this season.

"It was easy for Neymar to feel as part of the team".

After two straight opening victories in Ligue 1, Lyon have stumbled a bit and have won just once in their last four outings - 2-1 at home to Guingamp. He could have scored a hat-trick, but he left the penalty to me.

PSG pulled off the most shocking transfer deal in football history when they activated Neymar's £198million Barcelona buyout clause last month. Now that Neymar is there, the entire culture at PSG has changed for the better.