Leipzig’s manager spoke after the 3-0 loss to the Paris team in the UEFA Champions League semi-final.
The story of Leipzig in the UEFA champions league it came to an end with a 3-0 loss to Paris Saint-Germain. Far from complaints, Julian Nagelsmann, coach of the German team, gave credit to the French for what they did on the field.
In an interview with the Sky channel, the young technical director commented: “The rival was better than us and that is something we have to accept. At the beginning we received a goal in a set-piece situation and then we lost control, we lost a lot of balls in our own half. “
And he continued: “In the second half, when we were improving, they got us the third. Then it was a question of character, the game was settled, but it was about not sinking and I think we solved that well.”
Finally, Nagelsmann closed: “To impose ourselves at this level, many things have to work. They worked against Atlético but not against PSG, but it must be said that PSG was also much superior to Atlético.”
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