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    Champions League: PSG didn't hear me out – Dani Alves

    Paris St Germain's accomplished Brazil worldwide safeguard, Dani Alves said on Thursday that the club ought to pursue his suggestions to improve in the Champions League.

    With three Champions League crowns, three Club World Cup titles and two UEFA Cup triumphs among his trophy pull, the full back is the world's most enhanced dynamic player.

    The accomplished Brazilian, in any case, feels his voice isn't being heard at rampant Ligue 1 pioneers PSG.

    PSG have been thumped out of the Champions League in the last 16 for a long time straight, going out on away objectives against Manchester United this season in the wake of winning the principal leg 2-0 at Old Trafford.

    "I realize how to win," the 35-year-old, who joined PSG in 2017 from Juventus and has been arranging an agreement expansion for next season, disclosed to RMC Sport.

    "When I need to state something I might want to be pursued. Not on the grounds that I'm superior to some other but rather on the grounds that I've been there.

    "When somebody has been there perhaps it's great to hear them out, to depend on their experience.

    "Possibly it will work, perhaps it won't. I might want that when I state something, one would listen more."

    Alves, who went through six years at Sevilla and eight at Barcelona before moving to Italy in 2016, felt PSG ought to have been not so much smug but rather more mindful that history was against them.

    "When you are facing a recorded adversary in football, boxing, tennis, history will dependably be against you," he said.

    PSG are on the very edge of an eighth Ligue 1 title, which they can secure on Sunday by keeping away from thrashing at second-put Lille.

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