Neymar Pulls Out A Ridiculous Piece Of Showboating In PSG's Destruction Over Guingamp
If being 6-0 down with just under 20 minutes still left isn't enough, Neymar pulling out a ridiculous back pass - not backwards, but a pass with his actual back - will certainly have you calling out for the full-time whistle.
Samba style football was on show during PSG's savage 9-0 devastation against an unfortunate Guingamp side.
A brilliantly lofted no-look pass from Dani Alves reached his Brazilian teammate, where Neymar did what can best be described as typically Neymar.
BT Sport captured this piece of Brazilian brilliance below.
:see_no_evil: No-look from Dani Alves- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) 20 January 2019
:fire: Back pass from Neymar
PSG brought out the samba football against Guingamp :flag_br: pic.twitter.com/ugj9x8Tbx7
But that wasn't all it from PSG's main man. He opened the scoring just after the 10-minute mark and doubled his tally later in the second half.
France's World Cup dynamite Kylian Mbappé also proved his worthiness at the table-topping Ligue 1 side. He scored a hat-trick, with one of those coming from an impressive bit of link-up from the two PSG stars.
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Despite months of Ligue 1 football to be played, PSG are strolling towards their eighth title. The free-scoring Parisian side have netted over 60 goals so far this season.
With nine of those coming from yesterday's mauling, the statistics of the match tell a sorry tale for what will be a deflated Guingamp side. PSG had 26 shots in total and just under 70% possession.
Guingamp's goal difference in a tight relegation battle might see them off when the league reaches its final few fixtures. A 9-0 defeat won't help their cause.
But despite sitting bottom of the table, Guingamp got the better of the Ligue 1 champions in France's domestic Coupe de la Ligue tournament. They won 2-1 on that occasion. PSG got their revenge in serious style.
Who can stop this PSG team in France? Have they got what it takes to finally go all the way in Europe?
Let us know in the comments.
Words by Kane Allen
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