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Ex-Chelsea star heaps further misery on Blues with sniping comments after PSG win

David Luiz was delighted with Paris Saint-Germain‘s 2-1 victory over Chelsea in the Champions League on Tuesday, and believes his new club could have won by more.

The Brazilian defender moved to Stamford Bridge in 2011, but left the club in 2014 when deemed surplus to requirements by Jose Mourinho in light of a big-money offer from PSG.

Since moving to the French capital, he has enjoyed great success, winning the Ligue 1 title, the French Cup, the French League Cup and the Trophee des Champions twice.

PSG’s 2-1 victory over Chelsea will have been particularly delicious for David Luiz, with Edinson Cavani’s late winner securing the victory following goals from Zlatan Ibrahimovic and John Obi Mikel.

Speaking to beIN Sport after the match, the former Benfica man has insisted that PSG—who enjoy a 24-point advantage over their rivals in the French table—could have scored more.

“[It was] only a narrow win, but a win against a good team,” the 28-year-old began. “I think we gave it our all tonight and got the win we wanted.

“Sure, it could have been better. We made many opportunities. We have good feelings. It’s already a good step to take the first leg.”

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