PSG continued their unbeaten run, winning 3-0 against Bayern Munich at home after Daniel Alves, Cavani, and Neymar each scored. This was PSG's first real test of the season, and certainly living up to the hype, the disposed of the German champions with ease. After the summer where PSG bought Neymar and Mbappe for more than $400 million, the fans expected big results, especially to make it far in the Champions League, especially after last year.

Final Score: 3-0 PSG

Scorers: Daniel Alves (2'), Cavani (31'), Neymar (63')

Assists: Mbappe, Neymar

MOTM: Mbappe


After some drama between Cavani and Neymar, it appeared as if the frightening trio would split up, with Cavani reportedly ready to leave PSG, according to the Sun.

After Neymar's apology, and a fantastic performance from both players, it seems the drama was completely exaggerated. Both players converted tonight, with Mbappe putting up a solid performance as well, as his rebounded shot led to Neymar's goal, and he assisted Cavani's goal as well.

The trio of MCD now has a total of 18 goals and 10 assists in 8 games in Ligue 1 and the Champions League, according to Whoscored. If they continue to keep up this trend, they will undoubtedly rival MSN's dominance over the last few years, which demonstrates the potential they have.

PSG and Brazil

PSG fielded a team today that was predominantly Brazilian, starting 5 Brazilians (Thiago Silva, Daniel Alves, Marquinhos, Thiago Motta, and Neymar), and even having Lucas on the bench for a sixth.

After speculation that Neymar was leaving Barcelona to be around more Brazilians, it seems to have reflected on the starting XI. As a point of comparison, PSG fielded only one Brazilian when they beat Barcelona 4-0 last season.

Although Neymar might influence the lineup, it seems to be working; two out of the three goals were indeed scored by Brazilians, Daniel Alves, and Neymar.

PSG now face Dijon FCO, Anderlecht, and Marseille next, all away from home.

Bayern Munich, and Ancelotti

The pressure continues to climb for Bayern Munich's manager Ancelotti, after failing to win a game once again. Drawing with Wolfsburg 2-2 last week, Ancelotti made 6 changes to his starting line-up, including removing Robben, Ribery, and even Boateng, which raised some eyebrows at the controversial decision.

Any hopes of defending well, and playing better counter-attack football to beat PSG were ruined once Daniel Alves scored within 2 minutes of the game starting. Bayern's next three games are Herthe (A), SC Freiburg (H), and Celtic (H). For Ancelotti to ease the fans and the Bayern board, he should win all three of the upcoming games.