Ex-Ireland defender reacts to Chelsea's defeat on Off The Ball
Kenny Cunningham believes Chelsea will be disappointed that they didn't take a draw into their Champions League last-16 second leg against PSG.
The former Ireland centre-back joined Off The Ball after the "enjoyable game" which saw the Blues lose 2-1 in Paris in tonight's first leg.
"At 2-1, you'd probably say a fair indication of how the game went but I think Chelsea may be slightly disappointed that they haven't taken even a draw from the game," said Kenny.
PSG's David Luiz, left, falls over Chelsea's Diego Costa during the Champions League round of 16, 1st leg soccer match between Paris Saint Germain and Chelsea at the Parc des Princes stadium in Paris, France, Tuesday, Feb. 16, 2016. (AP Photo/Christophe Ena)
But while Chelsea might feel a tad disappointed at losing, Kenny was also "disappointed" with what he saw from PSG's forward line.
"The front three in particular, I was expecting a lot more from them," he said, highlighting the performances of Angel Di Maria, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Lucas Moura, who only shone in patches, and feeling that PSG's midfield was their best asset.
"This PSG team hadn't got a lot better from what I saw of the team that put out Chelsea last year. You can't base a team off the balance of one performance but from what I've seen tonight, you wouldn't have suggested that team is going on and being able to win the Champions League when you look at the quality of Barcelona and Real Madrid."