PSG director Leonardo suggested his team are more suited to playing in the Champions League than Ligue 1 after an embarrassing defeat to 10-man Reims.
Carlo Ancelotti's side went down 1-0 in Reims as Grzegorz Krychowiak scored in the 64th minute, six minutes after the hosts had Christopher Glombard sent off for a second bookable offence.
PSG had already seen Zlatan Ibrahimovic denied a goal for a questionable offside decision, but missed several other chances and surrendered vital ground in the tight Ligue 1 title race.
It was a second away defeat in a row for PSG and Leonardo warned there could be more as his expensively-assembled team was constructed for grander stages.
"We are perhaps not made to play in these types of games," the Brazilian told Infosport. "We created a team to play in the Champions League, not the championship.
"We don't know yet how to handle games where the situation is against us, where the surface is difficult and we have an important game every three d...