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FC Porto V PSG, Oct 3
Trob757 (Tottenham Hotspur) 4 years ago
Fantastic highlights
Trueba (Manchester United) 4 years ago
What a goal! PSG I guess you need to spend more money!
Whopperking (FC Porto) 4 years ago
Brilliant strike from Rodriguez very happy with the win!
Nikolon (PSG) 4 years ago
PSG hasn't reach his potential.... This team is around 50 percent, and need to progress.... Next time it won't be the same.... Paris will become unbeatable soon.... !
Pito316 (Manchester United) 4 years ago
Idk about all that, but yea they'll get better
LusoAmerican (FC Porto) 4 years ago
Really nice game by porto. Porto did a lot of dumb things that almost cause ibra to score twice in the first half. Still porto was the best team on the field. Psg seemed to not be on the field in the second half and if it wasnt for such terrible aim by the porto players this result would have been by a bigger margin. Still this was a hard game for porto but if they keep playin like this they may make it out of the group in first. But lets take things one step at a time !
Pito316 (Manchester United) 4 years ago
James! Brilliant!
Fastt187 (Real Madrid) 4 years ago
Different look to the line up for psg
Daniel85 (NK Dinamo Zagreb) 4 years ago
PSG can win only at home
Narator7 (Arsenal) 4 years ago
Go back to building mega yachts you filthy rich
Thefrenchy (Olympique Marseille) 4 years ago
A logical and deserved victory by Porto
They were at home and they have more experience than paris in this competition. On paris, they haven't reach their total potential now, but I think they'll be soon at their pick of form. For me, a salutory defeat before a big clasico vs marseille this weekend
Slasic (Real Madrid) 4 years ago
Porto strong
Superfanof (Manchester United) 4 years ago
What a strike from rodriguez. Wonder what psg is thinking now
Askarkenzhayev (Manchester United) 4 years ago
What come on PSG look at your squad, show us a good game with goals
Lukasbudraitis (Barcelona) 4 years ago
Great goal  

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