Ricardo Quaresma approves.
PSG have well and truly bounced back from their opening Champions League group game defeat to Liverpool.
Thomas Tuchel’s men were convincing 6-1 winners against Red Star Belgrade in what was nothing more than an exhibition match.
The damage was all but done in the first-half.
Neymar got himself on the score-sheet twice, before Edinson Cavani extended the French side’s advantage.
The best of the bunch then came from Angel Di Maria.
The Argentine expertly finished a flowing move which feature not one, but two ‘Trivelas.’
It’s widely recognised as the signature move of Portuguese star Quaresma.
You know the drill, we saw him pull it off in the World Cup, where he curls the ball outrageously with the outside of his boot.
It’s a skill that we only occasionally get treated to at top-level football.
With the game all but wrapped up at 3-0, PSG thought it was about time to start toying with their opponents.
Prepare for Trivela soft porn…
A Trivela assist leading to a Trivela finish. It’s FIFA Street stuff.
Quaresma will be proud…
Tuchel will be left scratching his head as to where this outrageous performance was against Liverpool.
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