Dani Alves says it's time for PSG 'to lose the virginіty' in Champions League

Dani Alves says it's time for PSG 'to lose the virginіty' in Champions League

- Dani Alves has stated clearly that Paris-Saint-Germain must win the Champions League title this season

- Alves made this statement after his side's win at Old Trafford against Manchester United

- Paris-Saint-Germain have never won the title since the Champions League competition began in 1955

Dani Alves has admitted that French club Paris-Saint-Germain have to win the Champions League title this season after beating Manchester United on Tuesday night, February 12.

Paris-Saint-Germain have given themselves a great chance to reach the quarterfinal of this season's Champions League following their 2-0 win at Old Trafford.

Despite Paris-Saint-Germain's success in France, the club have never won the Champions League title since the competition started in 1955.

Brazilian star Dani Alves who was superb against Manchester United has now made an emphatic statement about winning the Champions League this term.

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No, we invest because we have money, but it is not primordial.

"Our goal is to win every competition. We work every day for it. To reach our goals, either the Cup, the Champions or the Ligue 1. But if you can win the Champions it will be welcome.

"I think we have to lose the virginіty in this competition this season once and for all. We are working hard for it.

"So, we have the opportunity to reach the next round, but we have to repeat what we've done today because this team [Man Utd] have a history in this competition as we haven't,'' the former Barcelona star said according to Goal.

Dani Alves has won the Champions League title before with Barcelona, and also reached the final with Juventus losing against Real Madrid.

Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how two second half goals from Presnel Kimpembe and Kylian Mbappe were all Paris Saint Germain needed to overcome Manchester United in the first leg of their Champions round of 16 tie at Old Trafford.

The Red Devils came into this match on the back of their eleven match unbeaten run in all competition but their hope to stretch the figure to 12 collapsed in front of their home fans.

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