Watch furious Sergio Ramos clash with ex-PSG team-mate Leandro Paredes just a week after he left for Juventus | The Sun

A FURIOUS Sergio Ramos clashed with his ex-PSG team-mate Leandro Paredes only a week after he left the club on loan.

Paredes' new club Juventus lost to Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League group stage last night Mbappe ran riot in the first-half.

But the Frenchman found himself in the middle of another incident as he was floored by a tackle and left on the ground.

The moment led to a melee on the pitch as PSG and Juve players crowded around the referee.

The fracas saw a fiery Ramos immediately come together with Paredes, with the pair teammates only a week ago before the teammate left for Juventus on loan.

Ramos pushes the Argentine while players on both teams also squared up to each other.


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Paredes made the move to Juventus before the window shut as new arrivals in the PSG midfield saw him pushed down the pecking order.

The 28-year-old arrived in Paris in 2019 after two years with Russian side Zenit St Petersburg.

It was a flashpoint in a game that had otherwise been relatively calm as PSG raced into the lead.

Early in the game Neymar found Mbappe with a lovely chipped pass and the 23-year-old volleyed the ball into the net.

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It was 2-0 before half-time when Achraf Hakimi found Mbappe in the box and the forward again fired the ball past Mattia Perin.

Weston McKennie dragged Juventus back into the game in the second-half with a goal against the run of play.

But by then the French champions should have already been out of sight but Neymar chose to shoot from close range rather than play in Neymar who would have had a tap-in.

The decision left his Brazilian team-mate furious and was the latest reminder of their frosty relationship.

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