What Di Maria told PSG team-mates after second goal against Dortmund

‘We have to score six, seven… humiliate these sons of w****s’: Angel di Maria demanded his PSG team-mates run riot after the second goal as they dumped Dortmund out of the Champions League with a 2-0 win

  • REPORT: Neymar and Juan Bernat scored to send PSG through to quarter-finals 
  • Angel di Maria urged his PSG team-mates to ‘humiliate’ Borussia Dortmund
  • After Bernat scored the second, Di Maria wanted PSG to ‘score six, seven’ goals 
  • Dortmund got under the skin of their hosts over the course of the two matches
  • Neymar marked his opening goal by mocking the celebration of Erling Haaland 

Angel di Maria urged his Paris Saint-Germain team-mates to ‘humiliate these sons of w****s’ after their second goal against Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday night.  

The Argentine celebrated Juan Bernat’s strike as PSG took control of their Champions League last-16 tie with Dortmund, edging ahead 3-2 on aggregate, having lost the first leg 2-1. 

While 2-0 was enough for a dominant PSG to reach the quarter-finals for the first time since 2015-16, Di Maria was determined to see his team-mates hit ‘six, seven’ goals to ‘humiliate’ in his foul-mouthed rallying cry.   

Angel di Maria told team-mates to score ‘six, seven’ goals to ‘humiliate’ Borussia Dortmund

After the second goal, Di Maria issued his foul-mouthed rallying cry inside an empty stadium

At the end of the game, PSG’s players mocked the celebration of Dortmund’s Erling Haaland

The teenager sits on the floor in a meditation pose and it has become his trademark move

The match took place behind closed doors at the Parc des Princes but television cameras captured the exchange between Di Maria, Bernat and team-mates. 

‘We have to score six, seven,’ he said. ‘We are going to humiliate these sons of w****s.’

Dortmund’s young side appeared to have got under the skin of the French team having beaten them in Germany.  

Neymar got PSG on their way with the opening goal before Juan Bernat got the second goal

Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and Co were heavily criticised following the defeat and their behaviour on Wednesday night suggested players had heard all of the negative reaction. 

There was also belief in France that a fake Snapchat photo of Erling Haaland saying ‘my city, not yours’ when he arrived in Paris, fired up the PSG squad.  

After Neymar stooped to head in the opening goal, he sprinted over to the bench to celebrate, before mocking the celebration of Dortmund striker Haaland. 

The teenager sits on the floor in a meditation position and the move has become synonymous with his goals.  

At the final whistle, the whole PSG squad sat on the pitch together and did Haaland’s celebration again as they continued to mock the Norwegian striker, who was the centre of the praise after his two goals in the 2-1 first leg.  

PSG captain Marquinhos roared in the face of Dortmund’s players following the 2-0 victory




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