Paris St Germain (PSG) have begun the season in scintillating form after winning their first 8 league games. PSG has some key players who will miss the Manchester City clash however, they will welcome back Lionel Messi from injury.
Coach Mauricio Pochettino held a press conference on Monday to address some injury concerns ahead of their Champions League encounter against Manchester City. The coach said the team will still be without a few key players such as Sergio Ramos and Layvin Kurzwa who are still recovering from a calf injuries, Juan Bernat who is out for the season with an ACL injury and Ismael Gharbi has a continuous groin injury. The team welcomes back summer signingng Lionel Messi and Marco Verrati back into the squad. Both teams go into the game beaming with confidence after impressive wins against Chelsea and Montpellier respectively. It will be interesting to see how Pochettino approaches this game as it is a must win after their 1-1 draw with Club Brugge in their opening game of the UCL.
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