PSG project called ‘complete failure’ as Messi and co crash out in last-16 again

Qatar's PSG project has been slammed as a complete failure as Lionel Messi and co crash out of the Champions League, again.

The Parisian giants were unable to overcome a 1-0 deficit from the first leg as they huffed and puffed against the Germans. Bayern, for their part, were excellent at frustrating PSG – and two second-half goals put the game beyond doubt.

PSG are still looking for their final peak, the Champions League. And football fans have started to slam the project as a complete failure as the French side suffered another early European exit.

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One fan fumed: "What an absolute failure this PSG project has been!"

"At what point do we start realising that QSI's PSG project has been an utter failure? Billions spent, plans ripped up, scrapped and changed seemingly every year, and not one UCL trophy to show for it, all whilst breaking the transfer market and monopolising Ligue 1," a second added.

Joe Cole, speaking on BT Sport, had the same thoughts: "PSG were built to win the Champions League but they have been miles from it…The PSG project ultimately looks like it's going to be a failure."

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This season is PSG's tenth consecutive campaign in the Champions League – and they've reached one final in that period, which they lost to Bayern.

The French giants have now been dumped out of the Round of 16 on five occasions, all of which have occurred in the past seven seasons. Interestingly, the two seasons where PSG made the final and the semi-finals both came behind closed doors, due to covid.


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