Roy Keane: David Luiz doesn't look like he knows what he's doing
Paris Saint-Germain defender David Luiz looked "lost" as the French side crashed out of the Champions League to Barcelona on Tuesday night, according to ITV pundit Roy Keane.
Luiz, 27, had a poor first game when Barca beat PSG 3-1 and was nutmegged twice by Luis Suarez, but did little better in the second as Neymar netted twice to seal a 2-0 win.
The £50 million defender was at fault for both goals from his Brazilian international teammate and, after the game, Keane suggested he was out of his depth.
"I actually feel sorry for him," Keane told ITV. "He just looks lost again; we spoke about him before the game.
"He doesn't smell danger and the stuff there is literally schoolboy stuff. You've got to give the boy sympathy, a little bit. Because he doesn't look like he knows what he's doing."
Luiz, himself, admitted that his side were second best to a rampant Barcelona.
"They were a better team than us in both games. They controlled both games and they deserved to qualify," he told ITV.
"We didn't take the opportunities to score in the first match. We didn't play well, but we had seven or eight opportunities. In this game, they were better than us."