PSG Left-Back Layvin Kurzawa Scores A Hat-Trick — Watch

PSG Left-Back Layvin Kurzawa Scores A Hat-Trick — Watch

Layvin Kurzawa revelled in his hat-trick as Paris Saint-Germain routed Anderlecht 5-0 in the Champions League but the full-back was quick to point out the contributions of his team-mates in his historic treble.

Thiago Motta is out due to the knee injury.

"When you play well, you open all the papers and you listen to all the sports shows and they say that you are the best".

Like Kurzawa, the Spaniard also played up the role of the Parc des Princes crowd for contributing towards the spectacle.

7 - Emery's starting XI got the job done inside of an hour and the Spaniard even made some rare substitutions before the 70-minute mark. It was important to work hard for them.

GK Alphonse Areola, 6 - The youth academy graduate was more or less a spectator for the 90 minutes.

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During the past few days it seems the Philippe Coutinho soap opera has been reactivated with several Catalan newspapers claiming that Barcelona will make another stab at signing the Liverpool player in the winter transfer window. Anderlecht manager Hein Vanhaezebrouck is likely to name a strong team as his side will be trying to score the club's first goal in the competition.

Neymar's effort could be a homage to American singer Frank Ocean, who posed with green hair on his album cover Blond. "I am delighted and the goals will give me confidence". "Now I need to continue to work and further improve". "Neymar: The footballer is unhappy with [Unai] Emery and this methods and is not comfortable in Paris". The score of that meeting was 0: 4. "We're all enjoying ourselves on the pitch and we're giving our supporters lots of joy as well". There, it begins to become complicated to overwhelm the scapegoat for Layvin Kurzawa.

An Alves pass was helped on by Edinson Cavani and substitute Di Maria, and Kurzawa, storming forward from left-back, drilled a low left-foot shot into the far corner to complete the rout. Our main aim is to finish top of the group. The great difference of its latest releases disappointing, the French international has this time had the intelligence not to surjouer and spare us his raw footage vain in the middle of 15 defenders.

Jonathan Johnson covers PSG and the French national team for ESPN FC.

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