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Exclusive: Angel Di Maria looks back on his best PSG assists

Angel Di Maria has become the player with the most assists in Paris Saint-Germain history. In this exclusive interview, he looks back on some of his top moments with the French club. Di Maria discusses why he prefers creating goals to scoring them, and which have been his favourite assists during his PSG career. The Argentine international joined PSG from Manchester United in 2015 after previous spells at Real Madrid and Benfica. Since then, he has added to his glittering trophy cabinets with multiple Ligue 1, French Cup and League Cup titles.
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Jim Beglin Apologizes for Blaming Angel Di Maria Red Card on 'Latino Temperament'

CBS soccer announcer Jim Beglin offered a second apology and attempted to further explain himself after blaming Angel Di Maria's red card on the player's "Latino temperament" during a UEFA Champions League semifinal between Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester City on Tuesday. The comment came in the 69th minute as Di...
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Announcer Jim Beglin sorry for comment about PSG's Angel Di Maria

CBS commentator Jim Beglin has apologised after using the term "Latino temperament" in Tuesday's Champions League semifinals match between Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester City. Beglin made the remark as cameras showed PSG's Angel Di Maria walking off the pitch after receiving a red card for kicking Man City defender Fernandinho.
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Commentator apologises for saying Angel Di Maria showed ‘Latino temperament’ with red card

Football commentator Jim Beglin issued an apology after referring to Angel Di Maria’s sending off on Tuesday night as ‘Latino temperament’.The Argentine forward was shown a red card after stamping on Manchester City midfielder Fernandinho during Paris Saint-Germain’s 2-0 defeat in the Champions League semi-final.But it was the commentary over the top of the action which caused more offence than the challenge itself.Beglin’s comment caused a backlash and he later acknowledged his poor choice of words by apologising.He said: “When Di Maria was sent off, I described it by using the word ‘Latino’. For anybody that’s taken offence, I...
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Angel Di Maria will never be Batman, but he’s PSG’s most ruthless Robin

On March 14 this year, 62 minutes into Paris Saint-Germain‘s 2-1 home win over Nantes, manager Mauricio Pochettino signalled to Angel Di Maria that he needed to come off. Di Maria was not injured, not even tired, despite the rigours of this season. Instead, Pochettino had some bad news that had been relayed to him by PSG sporting director Leonardo. Di Maria’s house had been robbed during the game and his family held hostage.
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Watch: Angel Di Maria recreates Real Madrid rabona assist in PSG win

Angel Di Maria became his own tribute act as PSG thrashed Angers 5-0 to reach the Coupe de France semi-final on Wednesday night. Perhaps the strangest part of a strange, strange week has been the fact PSG were left to look like the good guys of European football after the Qatar-owned French outfit refused to join the 12 clubs to announce plans of a breakaway European Super League on Sunday night.
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Mauricio Pochettino heaps praise on 'geniuses' Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and Angel Di Maria after PSG knock holders Bayern Munich out of the Champions League - but PSG boss challenges stars to 'work like a team' in bid to win the tournament

Paris Saint-Germain boss Mauricio Pochettino described Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and Angel Di Maria as 'geniuses' after they impressed in knocking Bayern Munich out of the Champions League. The Ligue 1 club had edged a thrilling first-leg clash 3-2 in Munich, which proved decisive after Bayern could only secure a 1-0...
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Angel Di Maria makes ANOTHER attempt to lure Lionel Messi to PSG by claiming it would be 'wonderful' to have the superstar as a team-mate after previous comments slammed as 'DISRESPECTFUL' by Ronald Koeman

Angel Di Maria has again made an attempt to lure Lionel Messi to Paris Saint-Germain, claiming it would be 'wonderful' to have the superstar as a team-mate. Messi, 33, is out of contract with Barca in the summer and his future in more doubt than it ever has been during his 21 years association with the club.