Lionel Messi failed to impress with Paris Saint-Germain, whose powerful attack lacked inspiration during a frustrating 1-1 draw with Club Brugge in the opening Champions League campaign on Wednesday.
In his first basic participation with the French team, the Argentine striker hit the woodwork, but far from that he did not present his usual form, as Neymar and Kylian Mbappe, who made the first goal for Ander Herrera in the first half before being replaced with an injury at half-time, disappointed hopes.
Brugge, who equalized before the break, Haber Hans Vanaken, looked more aggressive and had the most dangerous chances against PSG, who lacked quality and focus in defence.
With this result, Manchester City tops Group A after a big 6-3 victory over Razen Bale Sport Leipzig.
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