'What a joke': Lionel Messi trolled after 'worrying' $1 billion PSG flop

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Lionel Messi looking annoyed after PSG concedes a goal and (pictured right) Messi and Neymar talking tactics.
PSG started Lionel Messi, Neymar and Kylian Mbappe together for the first time, but only managed a 1-1 draw with Club Brugge. (Getty Images)

The moment finally arrived as PSG unleashed Lionel Messi, Neymar and Kylian Mbappe in the same line-up for the first time in their Champions League clash against minnows Club Brugge, but the trio didn't live up to the massive hype.

PSG - with a team valued at more than $1 billion - have been in rampant form in the French Ligue 1 since the signing of Messi, despite the Argentine magician yet to register a goal for his new club.

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And the football world has been waiting for coach Mauricio Pochettino to unleash their ridiculous frontline of Messi, Neymar and young superstar Mbappe together.

The moment finally arrived in the opening Champions League group match against Belgium team Club Brugge.

However, the match didn't go to plan as Brugge put in a stellar performance to grab a 1-1 draw with the Parisians.

To make matters worse, PSG only managed nine shots during the match.

Messi also missed a shot at the top of the box, which rocketed straight into the sky.

Fans certainly took the moment to sink the boot into a PSG team that looked well-below the world beaters the football world has been fearing.

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Mbappe provided the assist for PSG to Spanish midfielder Ander Herrera to score his maiden Champions League goal for the away side, while Hans Vanaken levelled the score.

Mignolet pointed out after the match he felt the night was relatively straightforward for the home-side as he didn't face much work from Messi, Neymar or Mbappe. 

"I didn't really have much work to do," Brugge goalkeeper Simon Mignolet said.

Unfortunately for PSG, Mbappe was taken from the field in the 50th minute after sustaining an injury.

PSG will be hoping it is nothing serious so the trio can work on their cohesiveness ahead of the next group game.

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