The short clip, which is available to view below, shows both defender Dejan Lovren and PFA Premier League Player of the Year and fan favourite Mohamed Salah laughably eating grass after minimal contact from Les Parisiens line.
The energetic, fast, thrilling brand of football that we all loved to see last season seems like a distant memory, with only the opening day victory over West Ham and September's Anfield triumph over PSG in the reverse fixture some of the only displays of this style this season.
"If I were to say now "We have a real problem, I don't have enough time to make them ready for a derby" what kind of idiot would I be?"
"When you play in the big games, it's a very good thing for you as a player". It would be in all leagues in Europe a European team, I am sure.
"We have to be 100 per cent spot on for a tough one". We do not need an extra portion of motivation because of Paris and what happened on the pitch. "Marco Silva's brought an organisation, there's more energy in this Everton team", he told Sky Sports News.
Liverpool FC have delivered on their promise after the Merseyside outfit collected 33 points from their opening 13 Premier League games to remain on Manchester City's coattails. That's what we want to use, and of course the crowd at Anfield.
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BT Sport host Gary Lineker asked who he would rather play for out of Klopp, Guardiola and Mourinho, and Ferdinand, without hesitation, replied: 'Pep.
It was time-wasting at its finest and unfortunately for Liverpool players, the referee bought into it and awarded several free-kicks that shouldn't have been.
"I don't know if there's any explanation for that right now because I can't think of one, otherwise we should have used it already".
The Swiss global started in Liverpool's 3-0 win against Watford on Saturday and is starting to see regular game time under Klopp. "We have to prove it", he said.
"We can take some confidence from the way we played at Chelsea".
"The team is playing really well and getting results and we are grinding out wins when we're not playing our best football".
Shortly after moving to Everton, Digne claimed he had turned down two approaches from Liverpool in the past, adding that his "I never walk alone" chest tattoo had nothing to with Everton's fiercest rivals.