Messi: "The Champions is a complicated tournament"

In an interview with the official magazine of Paris Saint Germain, Lionel Messi assured that the Champions League, the main objective of the institution “It is a complicated tournament that is not always won by the best team”. “Winning the Champions League is complicated because the best are there and any mistake or detail can leave you out. I think we have a team to try to achieve it. We are excited but we have to go calmly”, said the Rosario supercrack, four times winner of the maximum European tournament at club level with Barcelona.

PSG’s current number 30 warned that “the best team doesn’t always win” and that to win the title “A strong team is needed because strong teams are the ones that achieve their goals.” On March 9, Paris Saint Germain will play against Real Madrid in revenge for the round of 16 of the Champions League. In the first leg, they won 1-0 with a goal from Kylian Mbappé in stoppage time.

Six months after his impressive arrival at the club, Messi stressed that “Paris Saint Germain has been in continuous growth for ten or eleven years” and that he still has room to establish himself as one of the best in the world. “Every time it gets bigger and it has nothing to envy to the historical clubs” remarked the captain of the Argentine National Team.

In another section of his statements, Messi praised his teammates Angel Di María and Neymar, and spoke about his new football relationship with young star Kylian Mbappé“He was the only one I didn’t know, but little by little we are getting to know each other better on the pitch to try to relate better and feel more comfortable,” he explained, after which he added that “it’s very nice to be on the pitch with the best. Barcelona already touched me and now it’s my turn here in Paris.”

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Finally, the Argentine star spoke about the fans of Paris Saint Germain and the great atmosphere that exists in the Parque de los Príncipes stadium: “It is a special stadium because of how the people who sing the 90 minutes experience it. I experienced it when I came as a visitor and now having it every week is very nice. People feel because they don’t stop singing for a minute and the explosion after a goal, being a closed stadium, everything resonates,” he said.

The Paris Saint Germain squad returned to training after the weekend loss to Nantes, away, 3-1 and will receive Saint Etienne next Saturday for the 26th date. from Ligue 1.

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