Barcelona's Luis Suarez, left, celebrates with Neymar after scoring his team's second goal during the quarterfinal first leg Champions League soccer match between Paris Saint Germain and Barcelona at the Parc des Princes stadium in Paris, France

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The sides meet in the second-leg of their quarter-final tie on Wednesday

Cristiano Ronaldo shows concern at Gareth Bale injury

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Glenn Hoddle lays into the PSG defender after Champions League defeat to Barcelona

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