THE CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST: PSG warn Mourinho: You can't bluff us

By Paul Collins

Every day Sportsmail takes a look at several European papers to see what sports stories are creating talking points on the continent.

French paper L'Equipe reacts to the Champions League draw as French champions Paris Saint Germain were drawn against Premier League leaders Chelsea.

Their headline is 'Nothing to bluff Mourinho' after PSG beat L'Orient 1-0 to maintain their lead at the top of the table.

They claim that all of Paris and 'a large part' of France will be behind PSG, while Chelsea are 'the team that England loves to hate'.

L'Equipe: Nothing to bluff Mourinho
Tuttosport: Let's go and win in

View from around the continent: The French and Italian papers react to the European draws

They also recognise Arsene Wenger's 1000th game in charge of Arsenal with the headline 'It's a privilege'.

Over in Spain and focus is on El Clasico on Sunday night, Madrid based paper Marca goes with the headline: The law of Ancelotti: 'Intensity, discipline, heart and mind'.

Meanwhile AS reacts to the Champions League draw as Real Madrid face Borussia Dortmund and the all Spanish tie between Barcelona and Atletico Madrid.

Marca
AS

Hitting the headlines: Spanish paper Marca looks ahead to El Clasico as AS reacts to the draw

They go with the headline: 'Something explosive, something sweet.'

It's back to the big game between Madrid and Barcelona for Mundo Deportivo and they say: 'Madrid is key' and that Barca have to win on Sunday in Madrid to keep alive their hopes of retaining the title.

In Italy, Tuttosport look at Juventus' draw in the Europa League against Lyon, they say: 'Let’s win it: Juve face Lyon, and Nedved is confident: ''The idea of playing the final at the Juventus Stadium spurs us on'''

 


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"Not enough to impress Mourinho" is the right traduction here. I'm french so i know. NOT the other way around, we have to much respect for him here.

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"not enough to bluff Mourinho" is the right traduction, believe me i'm French. Not the other way around.

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