Paris Saint-Germain were dealt an injury blow as Kylian Mbappe was forced off during their 1-1 Champions League stalemate against Club Brugge at the Jan Breydel Stadium.
The 22-year-old forward signalled to the PSG bench that he needed to be substituted in the 51st minute of the game, and was replaced by Mauro Icardi.
At this stage it is unclear what the extent of the issue Mbappe suffered, but Mauricio Pochettino will be hoping it is not serious, having started Mbappe, Lionel Messi and Neymar together for the first time.
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"We don't know how serious it is. Tests are going to have to clarify that so we hope to bring an update as soon as possible," PSG boss Mauricio Pochettino said after the game.
"Nobody in the team can be happy with their performance and nobody can be happy with this result. We came here to take points. All the points. Hats off to Club Bruges. They wanted it more than us tonight and they deserve the point.
"We need time to work for them [Lionel Messi, Neymar and Mbappe] to build an understanding. That's been clear and we've said that in recent days. We still have to create a team.
"We didn't have a good evening. We have to stay calm, keep working and take the time we need. Things will get better."
It was Mbappe who provided the key assist for Ander Herrera’s opener for Les Parisiens after a quarter of an hour.
PSG worked the ball quickly down the left-hand side, with the forward twisting his way past Brugge’s Clinton Mata brilliantly, before drilling a low cross into the area, which Herrera tapped home beyond Simon Mignolet.
However, Brugge hit back twelve minutes later, as full-back Eduard Sobol dribbled well down the left-hand side, before pulling the ball back to Hans Vanakan, who expertly finished beyond Keylor Navas to level the match.
Despite keeping significantly more ball possession, the Ligue 1 side were matched by their Belgian opponents in the attacking thirds.
However, Pochettino’s team were not clinical when key chances presented themselves, which will make this result more difficult to take.
Manchester City’s thrilling 6-3 win over RB Leipzig has put them top of Group A, and PSG now have some work to do before their meeting with Pep Guardiola’s side on 28 September at Parc des Princes.
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