Zidane's straightforward and blunt reaction after Real Madrid lose 3-0 to PSG
No Neymar. No Kylian Mbappe. No problem.
With two first-half goals from Angel Di Maria and a rare late strike from right-back Thomas Meunier, a new-look Paris Saint-Germain missing its headline stars beat a lacklustre Real Madrid 3-0 in the Champions League to go top of Group A in an impressive start to their European campaign on Wednesday.
Di Maria, a Champions League winner with Madrid in 2014, was rampant against his former club, using his phenomenal speed and clever placing to torture the Madrid defence sorely missing the suspended Sergio Ramos.
Meunier's goal in second-half injury time was only his sixth in 48 European matches and capped an impressive PSG performance that left Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane scowling.