Leipzig-PSG: “We had the opportunity to kill the match,” said Pochettino after the Parisians draw

After having led for a long time, PSG conceded a draw against RB Leipzig on Wednesday.

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The heist could have been perfect, but the truth of the game caught up with the Parisians. After having led against the course of the game for a long time against Leipzig, PSG conceded the draw (2-2) in the very last moments of the game, Wednesday, November 3. After the meeting, Mauricio Pochettino and Georginio Wijnaldum, author of a double, returned to the lacks of the Parisians.

Georginio Wijnaldum (at the microphone of RMC Sport): “We had opportunities, we also gave them. We weren’t precise enough. Quite simply during the match, we made it easy for them to come back. We have to improve in the control of the game. game. We conceded too many chances. There is a lot to improve. I hope I adapt. I am working very hard, I know my teammates better and better. I hope to continue to help the team. team.”

Mauricio Pochettino (at the microphone of RMC Sport): “We didn’t start the match well. The team was a little nervous at the start of the game. The opponent felt it. But we also showed character, fighting with sacrifice. We can build things from that. We had a lot of chances in the second half. We are disappointed. But that doesn’t change anything. The main objective is to qualify and finish first. “

We had control, clearly, except at the start of the game. We had the opportunity to kill the game afterwards. Football is also about efficiency at key moments.

Mauricio Pochettino, PSG coach

“I’m disappointed, as are the players. In the first 15-20 minutes, it’s the biggest disappointment: not to have started the way we wanted. We didn’t look good on this. That period. The team felt better in the second half. The best chances were ours. Bad luck, it’s a shame. “


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