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Karim Benzema scores hat-trick in 17 minutes as Real Madrid dumps PSG out of Champions League

However, the recent meltdown against Real Madrid — in which PSG conceded three goals in 27 minutes to throw away a 2-0 aggregate lead — differed to the previous implosions against Barcelona and Manchester United in one key way: it wasn’t particularly surprising.
As soon as goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma’s dawdling had gifted Karim Benzema the first of his three goals, PSG’s demise felt inevitable. But despite that inevitability, it still made for gruesome yet compelling viewing, like peaking through your fingers while watching a horror movie.
The sequel to that horror show was Saturday’s 3-0 win against Bordeaux, in which a significant section of PSG fans turned on their own players. During the match, most of the squad was treated to a frosty reception by the Parc des Princes crowd — and some received a frostier welcome than others.

Most notably Neymar and Lionel Messi, both of who were roundly booed by PSG fans during the build up to the opening goal. There was a loud cheer when Neymar turned the ball into the net, but those cheers promptly turned to jeers once the initial jubilation had subsided.

Messi arrived in Paris to much fanfare in what was arguably the most shocking player move in history, but the signing has so far been painfully underwhelming for PSG fans.


The Argentine has mustered a paltry two goals in 18 appearances in Ligue 1 this season, with five more coming in the Champions League, and has looked like a shadow of the player he was even in those later years at Barcelona.