What Angel Di Maria Told PSG Teammates During Dortmund Game Shows How Rattled They Were
Angel Di Maria told his PSG teammates to 'humiliate these sons of w****s' after their second goal against Borussia Dortmund last night.
Di Maria celebrated the French side's second goal last night as they edged ahead 2-0 on the night and 3-2 on aggregate in their round of 16 clash.
Despite the result being enough to send Thomas Tuchel's side through, the Argentine insisted that they 'humiliate' Lucien Favre's side.
- Di Maria : "faut qu'on les humilie ces fils de p*tes, faut essayer d'en mettre 6,7"
- Icardi : "Laissez-les faire la fête maintenant ces fils de p*te"
Hahahahaha, merci pour la force @axelwitsel28 @ErlingHaaland @BlackYellow et les autres :hearts: pic.twitter.com/lrhSltCqQE
- Djamel (@Djaamel56) March 12, 2020
'We have to score six, seven,' he said. 'We are going to humiliate these sons of w****,' the 32-year-old shouted in an empty Parc des Princes.
It shows that the German side had managed to rattle PSG after their 2-1 victory at Signal Iduna Park in the first leg.
One player who seemed to particularly irk the PSG players is young forward Erling Haaland.
The 19-year-old scored both goals in the first leg victory three weeks ago but was rather ineffective last night.
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Neymar performed the Norwegian's 'tranquility' pose after opening the scoring and the imitation didn't stop there.
After the final whistle, the PSG squad sat on the pitch together and proceeded to mimic his celebration again.
PSG players all copying Erling Haaland's goal celebration after knocking Dortmund out of the Champions League :eyes: pic.twitter.com/1alUtssOgk
- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) March 11, 2020
The celebrations continued in the changing rooms as Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and other players continued to mock the celebration.
PSG's players were reportedly responding to the a fake Snapchat post of Haaland which was captioned 'Paris is my city'.
The reason behind Neymar& the PSG team mocking Haaland was his post on Snapchat before the game saying Paris is his city so Neymar mocked him with his meditation celebration and later posted on Instagram telling him Paris is not his city but rather theirs (PSG) pic.twitter.com/yUY1GZ5ss9- Just_Prince14 :soccer::soccer: (@PrinceSobayeni) March 12, 2020
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