Paris Saint-Germain were all smiles in training on Tuesday as they stepped up preparations for their trip to Anderlecht on Wednesday night.The French giants are top of Group B with two wins from two and eight goals scored in process.Unai Emery’s side can take a big step towards securing early qualification for the last 16 with victory in Belgium against a side who were easily dispatched by Celtic last month.
PSG continued their impressive start to season with victory against Dijon thanks to an unlikely double from defender Thomas Meunier.And as the Belgian prepares to return to his homeland this week, he explained to Canal Football Club how his early career as a striker has influenced his current run of form in front of goal.Meunier revealed ‘I used to be an attacker, yes. The instinct to score goals? It has always been in me.
‘When I was younger, we played against village teams and we were winning 18-0 and stuff like this. I scored lots of goals and it was awesome. For me, there is no better feeling on the pitch than scoring a goal.’I started in attack at the professional level but because of competition, I gradually moved backwards. First I was a midfielder but finally I ended up at right back.’The 26 years old has scored seven goals already this season for club and country.