- Leo Messi, Neymar and Sergio Ramos inspired Paris Saint-Germain to the club's first silverware of the new campaign
- The trio were on target as PSG smashed Nantes to claim the Champions Trophy on Sunday at the Bloomfield Stadium in Tel Aviv, Israel
- However, what gained traction on the night was the touching photo that was shared by Neymar, Messi and Ramos
Sergio Ramos, Neymar and Lionel Messi appear to have struck a close-knit relationship as the trio shared a heartwarming moment together following Paris Saint-Germain's success in the Champions Trophy.
The trident was on target as PSG clinched the first silverware of the campaign when the Parisians swept aside Nantes in the French season's traditional curtain-raiser.
In a photo posted on Twitter, sighted by Sports Brief, ex-Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos, Brazilian playmaker Neymar and Leo Messi, formerly of Barcelona, posed together following their side's triumph on Sunday.
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The trio have had an estranged relationship in the past, with Sergio Ramos and Lionel Messi in particular crossing paths in heated exchanges during their time in the La Liga, where Ramos featured for Real Madrid while Messi played for the other side of the divide, Barcelona.
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But it appears they have buried the hatchet and shared a heartwarming photo as teammates.
Ramos, Neymar and Messi will hope their newly found chemistry will yield positive dividends for PSG as the reigning French champions chase Champions League success.
Ramos scores sublime backheel goal as PSG trounce Nantes to win first trophy of the new season
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Sergio Ramos scored a wonderful backheel to help Paris Saint-Germain win their first trophy of the season.
PSG beat Nantes 4-0 to win the Champions Trophy in a game that was staged at the Bloomfield Stadium in Tel Aviv, Israel.
It was a game marked by brilliant goals, with Lionel Messi opening the scoring with a trademark goal by rounding off the goalkeeper. Neymar scored twice, with one coming from the penalty spot, to guarantee Christophe Galtier's first trophy in charge of the French giants.
Source: Sports Brief News