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Cavani 7/10 for PSG in Liverpool tune-up


Neymar's PSG mission is incomplete - Dani Alves


Thiago Silva, Neymar, Marquinhos 8/10 as PSG sweep aside Liverpool

Following their defeat in Paris, Craig Burley and the FC crew assess how Liverpool played into PSG's hands by failing to slow down their star-studded opposition.
With their fate in their own hands, the FC panel share their thoughts on whether or not Liverpool will get the job done at Anfield against Napoli.

Paris Saint-Germain secured a massive 2-1 win over Liverpool at Parc des Princes on Wednesday to go second in Champions League Group C ahead of the final round of matches.

Juan Bernat opened the scoring after 13 minutes and Neymar doubled the lead for Thomas Tuchel's men eight minutes before half-time and despite James Milner's penalty just before the break, Les Parisiens held their lead for the second half and are now two points ahead of Jurgen Klopp's men.


First of all, the result:...

Edinson Cavani impresses, Dani Alves returns for Neymar and Mbappe-less PSG

With Neymar and Kylian Mbappe both out of PSG's squad, Edinson Cavani took matters upon himself to lead his side to a win over Toulouse.
Carlo Ancelotti explains how excited he'd be if Edinson Cavani returned to Napoli.

Paris Saint-Germain picked up their 14th consecutive Ligue 1 win with a 1-0 success at home to Toulouse on Saturday. Edinson Cavani scored the only goal of the match at Parc des Princes with an ingenious piece of skill and finish, and PSG now head into next week's crucial Champions League Group C clash with Liverpool on a winning note.


Although it was not a classic, three points were all that were at stake and PSG took a maximum haul at minimal cost.

It might have been a largely uneventful...

Premier League transfer a must before retirement - PSG's Dani Alves

Edinson Cavani scored a hat-trick, while Neymar converted a penalty to help Paris Saint-Germain come away victorious against a hapless Monaco.
Edinson Cavani has gotten PSG off to a flyer, but VAR was needed on both of his goals due to the assistant referee incorrectly flagging for offside.

Paris Saint-Germain right-back Dani Alves has said he cannot consider ending his career without sampling the Premier League.

Speaking to the Telegraph, the Brazil international -- who has won 38 trophies from spells with Sevilla, Barcelona, Juventus, PSG and Brazil -- reiterated his desire to move to England before retirement.

"The idea that I might finish my career without going to the Premier League, it is not possible," Alves said. "For sure, this is the most amazing football in the world.


PSG's Neymar, Dani Alves look right at home at Paris Fashion Week

With Paris Fashion Week rolling into town, Paris Saint-Germain pair Neymar and Dani Alves fully embraced the haute-couture ethos of the event.

Unsurprisingly, Alves in particular was quick to seize any opportunity to dress up to the nines and strut his stuff, including a pair of black high heels presumably belonging to his wife, Spanish model Joana Sanz.

The Brazilian full-back then made his way to join Neymar at the Off-White Spring-Summer 2019 Ready-to-Wear show in the city while sporting a fetching...

Paris Saint-Germain closer to Champions League glory than people think - Dani Alves

The FC guys answer your tweets on whether PSG or Liverpool have the superior front three, if Eden Hazard will outshine Mohamed Salah this season and more.

Dani Alves has said Paris Saint-Germain are closer to Champions League glory than many people think.

Speaking to Marca, the Brazil international suggested last season's second consecutive round-of-16 exit -- this time at the hands of Real Madrid -- has prompted changes for the better in the French capital.

"To achieve the goal that PSG wants is not so complicated," Alves said. "However, you need different things. You need to do different things, with a different spirit and have a different mentality.


Lewis Hamilton meets Dani Alves as Sergio Aguero, Kaka, Ruud Gullit enjoy Italian GP

With the Italian Grand Prix rolling into town, several familiar footballing faces descended on Monza over the weekend to take in the Formula 1 action.

While Cristiano Ronaldo was heavily rumoured to be making an appearance beforehand, the Juventus star did not attend the event -- though several of his contemporaries were spotted milling around before and after the race.

Fresh from Man City's 2-1 win over Newcastle, Sergio Aguero was seen in the pits, grinning from ear to ear while posing for photos...