PARIS -- Paris Saint-Germain must find a way to eradicate the sloppy errors that keep resurfacing to stand any chance of winning the Champions League.Tuesdays scrappy 2-2 home draw with unheralded Ludogorets meant that PSG qualified in second place in Group A -- two points behind Arsenal, which won 4-1 away to Swiss side Basel.To guarantee top spot, PSG needed to beat a team that had not won any of its previous five group games. Instead, the French club needed an equalizer from winger Angel Di Maria in the second minute of injury time to avoid a hugely embarrassing defeat.Within moments, club president Nasser Al-Khelaifi made it clear his players are falling well short of expectations.First place was our target (and) we were first before the match, he said on beIN Sports television. Were very disappointed with the result and the quality of our performance. I was expecting more from the players.It was Al-Khelaifi who took the shock decision to fire coach Laurent Blanc in the summer, despite Blanc winning back-to-back domestic trebles. Al-Khelaifis reasoning was that Blanc fell short in Europe, with PSG going out in the quarterfinals for the fourth straight season.He replaced Blanc with Unai Emery, who guided Sevilla to three straight Europa League titles.Yet PSG is no better in attack than last season, and defending has got worse.Of course I am worried, Emery said. The team is conceding a lot of goals at the moment.Dutch forward Virgil Misidjan scored in the 15th minute and Brazilian forward Wanderson made it 2-1 in the 68th, shortly after Edinson Cavani had leveled for PSG.PSGs shortcomings at the back are too glaring for a team hoping to win Europes biggest club trophy.Following a mistake by midfielder Thiago Motta, Misidjan headed the Bulgarian league leaders in front and PSGs players were jeered off at halftime.Cavani equalized in the 61st with an overhead kick from close range after Ludogorets had failed to clear Di Marias cross from the right. It was Cavanis sixth goal of the campaign so far and the Uruguay striker appears full of confidence.The defense is not, having leaked goals in a 3-0 loss away to Montpellier in the French league last weekend.Brazil defender Marquinhos clumsily lost possession when receiving a throw-in. He turned his back on play, allowing Brazilian Jonathan Cafu to steal the ball off him and burst down the left, before pulling it back to Wanderson to finish with a low drive.PSG beat Basel 3-0 in its previous home game but it was far more difficult than the result suggested, with Basel missing several chances.This time, Ludogorets punished PSGs mistakes to secure third place -- a point above Basel -- and a spot in the Europa League.Nobody should underestimate us in the Europa League, Ludogorets midfielder Svetoslav Dyakov said.There was no excuse for the sloppiness that led to Ludogorets opener from a player of Mottas experience.The 34-year-old Italy international, who has played for Barcelona and Inter Milan, committed the most basic of errors when he failed to look up properly as he passed out from the edge of the penalty area, hoping to find winger Hatem Ben Arfa.The pass was easily intercepted and the ball quickly fed to left back Natanael, who scored when Ludogorets lost 3-1 at home to PSG in September. Natanaels curling cross from the left found Misidjans downward header.At least PSG was still creating chances.Center back Thiago Silva headed against the post in the 35th following a corner, and moments later Di Marias shot from 25 meters out drew a leaping save from goalkeeper Vladislav Stoyanov.Silva hit the woodwork again in the second half before Di Marias goal, which was set up by left back Layvin Kurzawa -- one of three substitutes introduced in the last 10 minutes.By then, Emery had left it too late.Considering the gulf in funding between the sides -- PSG has invested heavily in players since Qatari investors QSI took charge in June 2011 -- PSGs performance was way below par.There are no excuses, midfielder Blaise Matuidi said. We must be aware that we need to do better.Russell Westbrook Jersey . Burris threw two TD passes, including a key 15-yard fourth-quarter strike to Bakari Grant that effectively countered a Toronto comeback bid and led Hamilton to a 33-19 victory. 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He accepted earlier this week and the team made the announcement Friday.Andy Murray’s recent struggles are the result of fatigue due to his non-stop schedule, according to Leon Smith and Annabel Croft.Great Britains Davis Cup captain Smith has overseen Murray at the peak of his powers in the past six months but believes his exertions are finally catching up with him.A series of fine performances on the tennis court plus welcoming his first child have attributed to early eliminations at Indian Wells and the Miami Open in successive weeks, Smith believes. Theres not been many breaks. You certainly cant count having a child as a break! Theres a lot of changes going out and it will take time to adjust Leon Smith Theres so much going on his life, but also a snowball effect, he told Sky Sports News HQ. If you think back to the end of last year, with the Davis Cup final then only a few days off, then he went straight to Dubai for pre-season.He had a great run in Australia, reaching the final again, then suddenly a life-changing moment as Sophia arrives. Andy Murray smashes his racquet against his bag after being broken by Grigor Dimitrov Its a brilliant episode and chapter in his life but its a lot to take in. Then we have a Davis Cup tie against Japan which was extremely stressful - the match against Kei Nishikori took a lot out of him.To then travel a big distance out to Indian Wells and start this again - theres not been many breaks. You certainly cant count having a child as a break! Theres a lot of changes going out and it will take time to adjust. Watch Murray lose to Federico Delbonis Murray was beaten in three sets in Miami by Grigor Dimitrov in a third-round match, a week after a shock loss to Federico Delbonis in Indian Wells.ddddddddddddAnd Sky Sports expert Croft agrees that a poor showing against Dimitrov was due to his punishing schedule. Highlights from Murrays loss to Grigor Dimitrov Its an uphill struggle, hell be bitterly disappointed with the result because he had the lead in the final set, he was a break up, she said.It was a below-par performance from him, were so used to him grinding out performances like that.There were a lot of unforced errors - 55 for him, which is a lot for Andy. There was a lot of emotion, a lot of back-chat to the box. He admitted himself that wasnt great and he needs to find focus.I think generally he looked exhausted.Watch the Miami Open live on Sky Sports until April 3.Also See:ATP scheduleTennis on SkyLatest scoresGet a NOW TV passVideo ' ' '