Beautiful build up play from the French champions, which involved both Kylian Mbappe and Lionel Messi, helped set up the goal for former Everton midfielder Idrissa Gueye, who finished slotted it to the top corner.
It was Gueye’s first ever Champions League goal in his 23rd appearance in the competition as PSG looked to bounce back from their sluggish 1-1 draw away to Belgian side Club Brugge in their first group stage game.
But Ferdinand believes that both Laporte, who failed to close down Mbappe’s cut back pass, and Dias could have done more to prevent the goal.
‘If you’re Dias you’re screaming at Laporte, get out there now and close him [Mbappe] down quicker. Because there’s enough white shirts in the box to deal with that situation,’ Ferdinand said on BT Sport.
‘The moment he stands and is in-between, the indecision is a domino effect and leaves everyone else to pick up the pieces.’