Blaise Matuidi: 'Paris Saint-Germain didn't feel good'

Paris Saint-Germain's Blaise Matuidi in action during a friendly match against Hammarby on July 23, 2013
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Blaise Matuidi says that Paris Saint-Germain did not play well against Anderlecht on Tuesday.

Blaise Matuidi has heaped praise on Anderlecht but has admitted that Paris Saint-Germain weren't at their best on Tuesday night.

Having battered the Belgians 5-0 a fortnight ago, the Ligue 1 champions could only manage a 1-1 draw on home turf in Group C of the Champions League, and will now have to wait until their next match to seal their place in the knockout stages.

"I think we fell to a spirited team after the first leg," Matuidi told the press. "They found success tonight. We didn't do well.

"There was no relapse. It was a game where we didn't feel good. We would have liked to go through, but I hope we can do it in the next game."

PSG need just a point from their next game at home to Olympiacos to advance.

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