Neymar cheekily nutmegs PSG team-mate Kylian Mbappe as French giants gear up for Champions League clash against Napoli
- Neymar cheekily nutmegged team-mate Kylian Mbappe in training on Tuesday
- PSG play Napoli in the Champions League and both stars looked in good spirits
- As they were called in, the Brazilian star slipped the ball through Mbappe’s legs
- The French starlet kicked the ball back at him in frustration but missed his target
Neymar looked particularly relaxed before Paris Saint-Germain’s Champions League clash with Napoli on Wednesday night as he cheekily nutmegged team-mate Kylian Mbappe in training.
The French giants will be hoping to take another step towards the knockout stages of the continental competition when they welcome Carlo Ancelotti’s Serie A side to Parc des Princes in Group C.
Neymar and his French colleague looked to be in good spirits as they chatted in the warm-up of their final session on Tuesday and exchanged passes up and down the pitch.
Neymar cheekily nutmegged team-mate Kylian Mbappe in PSG training on Tuesday morning
As they were called in to receive some instructions, Neymar cheekily slipped the ball through
The Brazilian star then ran away to celebrate and found it hysterical while team-mates joined in
But as they were called in to receive some instructions ahead of an exercise, Neymar cheekily slipped the ball between the legs of Mbappe who was none the wiser.
The Brazilian star then ran away to celebrate and found it hysterical while other team-mates joined in.
Mbappe, who has already scored 11 goals in eight games across all competitions this season, responded by kicking the ball at Neymar in frustration but narrowly missed his target.
Neymar and his French colleague looked in good spirits as they chatted in the warm-up
Neymar will be hoping to build on the hat-trick he scored against Red Star Belgrade previously
Group C is finely poised at present with Napoli in top spot on four points and PSG and Liverpool both on three after two games.
PSG thrashed Red Star Belgrade 6-1 in their previous European clash with Neymar bagging a hat-trick on home soil.
The French giants come into the game on the back of a sensational 5-0 Ligue 1 victory over Amiens on Saturday that maintained their 100 per cent start to the domestic season.