Bayern Munich 2-3 PSG | Champions League: Neymar is the best player in the world … for a week a year

Neymar has been the most likely candidate for several years to take over the cloak of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo as the best player in the world and reminded us why with his showing in the first half in Paris Saint-Germainwins 3-2 Bayern Munich u Champions league quarterfinals on Wednesday night.

The creative Brazilian has not yet returned the best he could after returning from injury, but was in inspired form in the opening 45 minutes, providing assistance Kylian Mbappe before they do the same — though with more hope than expected — Marquinhos later in the middle.

That cannot be denied Neymar is an amazing player, but the problem is we don’t see him enough. A week of the year he will be the best player in the world.

Yes, we will get bored of games between big teams …

Some have said that we will get bored of matches between the best European clubs if a European Super League enters, but is that really true? See such Kylian Mbappe,, Joshua Kimmich,, Neymar i Leroy Sane on the field, to name just four, it was amazing. Watching players of this caliber regularly would not be boring.

Mbappe’s last dance?

Mbappe scored two goals in the night, both gave PSG leadership, as it further cemented its place as one of the world’s best players. As his contractual situation became an increasingly important point of conversation every day, could his last dance end in a Champions League trophy?

Keylor’s blessing

There is something about that Keylor Navas. The Costa Rican goalkeeper saved Real Madrid over and over during his days with Los Blancos, and he did so for PSG on Wednesday night. He already has three Champions League medal medals in his name and wants more.

Mateu Lahoz was impeccable

There was a lot of discussion about that Antonio Mateu Lahoz appointed Judge Clasico this weekend, but was excellent in Munich. Will we have a more European style of refereeing in the Classic or will the VAR check every minute detail of the match?

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