Brazilian star Neymar highlighted the power of Paris Saint-Germain this season, after the arrival of stellar reinforcements such as Argentine Lionel Messi and Spanish Sergio Ramos, but assured that the French team still must understand each other more.
“It doesn’t matter what names the team has, we know our potential, the team we have today. But if we don’t play together, we don’t work together, we don’t strive for each other, things [ganar títulos y marcar una era] they will not happen. As a team we have to understand each other more for that to happen ”, said the ’10’ in an interview with the YouTube channel ‘Fui Clear ???’ released this Thursday.
The 29-year-old attacker assured that the season is just beginning so far, so there is time for the players of the Parisian club to get to know each other better and the team to conquer the titles it craves, including the elusive Champions League.
Although he leads the French league, with seven units more than his escort, Lens, and his Champions group, the eleven led by Argentine Mauricio Pochettino has shown irregular football, without Neymar, Messi and French Kylian Mbappé having managed to consolidate a trident of fear.
“When all those great names in football come together, who made history, it is obvious that we are one of the main teams to beat, that is evident, but I think that the other teams also strengthened themselves very well. You have to play in football, “he added in a statement given in Paris on September 27, a day before the Parisians beat Manchester City 2-0 in the Champions League.
The interview, moreover, was recorded before a testimony from ‘Ney’ was known in which he assures that the World Cup in Qatar-2022, to which Brazil can qualify on the double date of the South American qualifier in November, where they will face Colombia and Argentina, may be your last.
«For that world [el de Catar] we are preparing more psychologically, mentally. I think we have everything to surprise you, “he said about what would be his third World Cup appearance.
Neymar was part of the squad that played Brazil-2014, where the hosts were humiliated 7-1 by Germany in the semifinals, and Russia-2018, in which Belgium beat them 2-1 in the quarterfinals. (AFP)