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After the 4-1 Champions League thrashing, Manuel Ugarte, Paris Saint-Germain’s £52 million summer acquisition, paid reluctant homage to Newcastle United and their renownedly fervent fanbase. Regardless of the outcome on the field, those screaming their lungs out on the St James’ terraces were determined to make it night to remember on Newcastle United’s first appearance in Europe’s top club competition in two long decades. After the 4-1 Champions League thrashing, Manuel Ugarte, Paris Saint-Germain’s £52 million summer acquisition, paid reluctant homage to Newcastle United and their renownedly fervent fanbase. Those yelling their lungs out on the St James’ terraces were resolved to make it night to remember on Newcastle United’s first appearance in Europe’s top club competition in two arduous decades.

Fortunately, Eddie Howe’s turbo-powered charges made that rather easy. A four-goal hammering of a Paris Saint-Germain side boasting Gigi Donnarumma, Achraf Hakimi, Marquinhos, Goncalo Ramos and arguably the world’s greatest footballer; Kylian Mbappe rendered anonymous by Newcastle’s formidable press.

Newcastle United hammer Paris Saint-Germain

“We expected to have a better match but the difference (between the two sides) was very big in the game,” accepts Ugarte, the £52 million PSG enforcer who spent much of the evening chasing black-and-white shadows.

“Newcastle played very well and did good pressing. They were very well organised. They had great determination.

The contest was impacted by the environment. Newcastle is effective at home. It wasn’t the best match for us. We could have taken greater action. The verdict is still harsh. The environment would have been in their favor even if we had been more assertive and in better frame of mind. Just before kickoff, Anthony Gordon forced the ball out of play while aggressively waving to the roaring St. James’ fans. This was undoubtedly harbinger of things to come. The former Everton winger may not have scored, unlike Miguel Almiron, Dan Burn, Sean Longstaff, and Fabian Schar, but he may have best exemplified an exciting display. renowned evening in St. James’ Park

“I think they were little more aggressive because they were back at home in the Champions League and that’s not usual for them,” Ugarte continues. “It’s not an opinion. In actuality, the environment was beneficial to them. Although believe we could have improved our attitudes and individual performance, these games occasionally occur.

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