Khelaifi, left, spoke immediately after the defeat about taking time to reflect, despite being “upset.”
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Paris Saint-Germain's latest bruising exit from the European football Champions League may have been particularly painful for two men watching among the almost 50,000-strong crowd at Parc des Princes.Tuesday's limp defeat, even if by Real Madrid, seems scant return for the more than 1 billion euros (around $1.24 billion) poured into PSG since Qatar Sports Investments bought the French club in 2011 .Even more galling for Qatar and PSG is that one of the favorites this year is Abu Dhabi-owned Manchester City.Those involved with PSG say there is no chance of Qatar turning its back on the club.Financing the PSG European dream though is key.
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