Mauricio Pochettino and his men are heading into the UEFA Champions League night with full focus and a lot of confidence, after a victory against Angers last week Friday. Paris Saint Germain did really well in their last UEFA Champions League game, but there's still a lot of work to do, in other to qualify for the next round. In this article, I will be showing you the 2 things Mauricio Pochettino needs to avoid against Leipzig tonight.
1. Playing Lionel Messi From The Midfield
Lionel Messi is a kind of player who can play in many roles, but in a team like Paris Saint Germain that needs a goal in a crucial game like this, Lionel Messi needs to play from the right hand flank or as a striker. Lionel Messi will be a big threat from the right wing instead of playing him as an attacking midfielder, I believe that he will surely deliver if the Argentine manager avoid this.
2. Starting Kylian Mbappe, Angel DI Maria, Neymar And Lionel Messi At Once
When you have a lot of great players in your team, if you're not confident enough, I don't think that you can make selections on a Matchday, Mauricio Pochettino has a lot of players and everyone wants to play or be in the starting line-up, but I believe that it's going to be a wise decision if he avoid, starting DI Maria, Lionel Messi, Neymar and Kylian Mbappe tonight. Your midfield will become open and you know that RB Leipzig are very good in counter attack. The Bundesliga side scored a lot of goals and we have seen it many times. These are the only two things Mauricio Pochettino needs to avoid and I believe that the team will secure a point tonight.
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