- PSG were forced to a 1-1 draw by Club Brugge in their Champions League opener earlier this week
- Ander Herrera opened the scoring for the visitors but Hans Vanaken's effort in the 27th minute levelled parity for both sides
- Pochettino has however warned his players to step up their game if they must go far in the European championship
Mauricio Pochettino seems unhappy with Paris Saint Germain's 1-1 draw in their Champions League opening Group A encounter against Club Brugge earlier this week.
The Parisians got the game started on a high with Ander Herrera finding the back of the net just after 15 minutes into the meeting.
But Hans Vanaken's 27th-minute equaliser denied the French League giants maximum points at the end of the encounter.
All three superstars played every minute of the encounter but couldn't inspire their team to triumph in their first UCL game of the season.
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What Pochettino said
Meanwhile, after the game, Pochettino sent an important message to his attackers according to The Mirror, saying:
"We know we have to improve. That's not the problem for me. I'm happy with the defensive effort of the attackers. We have to be stronger in other areas of the game.
"[We] Need to compete, to know each other, to understand each other, to play together to succeed all three but that was not the problem tonight.
"We weren't strong enough in a Champions League match. We are not happy with the result and the performance, we know we have to do better.
"We have a magnificent group of players, we now have to find a defensive and offensive organisation. We need time."
PSG are second on the table with two points behind current table-toppers Manchester City who recorded a 6-3 win against RB Leipzig.
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How Club Brugge neutralised Messi, Neymar and Mbappe
Legit.ng earlier reported that Paris Saint-Germain were forced to a 1-1 draw by Belgian side Club Brugge in their opening fixture in the Champions League, Marca reports.
PSG began their quest for European glory on Wednesday, September 15 when they took on Belgian side Club Brugge away at the Jan Breydel Stadium.
The highly-entertaining encounter ended in a draw as Ander Herrera's goal was cancelled out by Hans Vanaken, with both goals.