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Analysing the Real Madrid match against Paris Saint-Germain, 3mbet  Xavi Hernandez noted that the French side should feel aggrieved by the way in which they lost the game.The former Barcelona midfielder felt that Los Blancos didn't really offer enough to win the match, and yet they're in the box seat to progress after a 3-1 victory."Madrid have something," he said to So Foot."Against them, you can never lose your chance, otherwise they will punish you, but the worst thing is that they hurt the opponent with nothing."A counterattack was enough to take the victory... F**k"You almost think it's an injustice that PSG lost by such a big margin because it was a game that should have ended 1-1, 2-2 or 2-1 for PSG."His comments are bound to antagonise Real Madrid, but the midfielder wasn't finished there."It's inexplicable, Real Madrid didn't play, but still won..." he continued."I saw the broadcast on Spanish television with Valdano and he said something very true."In this match, there were several phases, very different from each other, and there was a moment in which PSG dominated clearly. 3mbet "During those siege minutes in the Madrid area, it was at that precise moment that PSG should have scored the second." Xavi did at least pay Real a backhanded compliment."Were Madrid superior to PSG? For me, no, but they don't care if they are superior, if they dominate or are dominated," he said."Their philosophy is simply to win."That is what makes them so difficult to play against in the [Estadio Santiago] Bernabeu, for example."Cristiano Ronaldo wrote the headlines but Xavi thinks that Neymar was man of the match."They said that Cristiano was still better than Neymar," he noted. "No, no, it's unfair."What did Ronaldo do in the game, scored a penalty and a knee goal... "But what about the dangerous situations created by Neymar? And the counterattacks 3mbet that he launched, the fear that he sowed in Madrid?"