"Hugely disappointing"... "a difficult moment"... "have a good look at ourselves"... the PSG players weren't mincing their words when asked about Saturday's loss to Rennes at the Parc des Princes. It wasn't all smiles as Carlo Ancelotti's men arrived at training on Sunday for a light training session for those that started the night before, and normal training for the substitutes and unused players. While the disappointment was palpable, Les Rouge et Bleu are already determined to bounce back.

They get the chance as early as Wednesday where Ukraine giants Dynamo Kiev await at the NSK Olimpiyskyi Stadium on Match Day 5 of the Champions League. A match that could see the club from the French capital book their place in the last 16 of the competition with a point. "We have to have a good look at ourselves and see what went wrong and knuckle down to work," declared Blaise Matuidi. "We don't have time to cry over spilt milk because we have another big match on Wednesday."

Paris Saint-Germain haven't reached the last 16 of the Champions League since the abolition of the second group stage, and qualification this Wednesday will be a big confidence boost ahead of Saturday's Ligue 1 visit of Troyes to the Parc des Princes where the team can get back to winning ways in front of their adoring fans...