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PSG - OL: The post-match reactions

Published on 13 December 2020 at 11:58 PM
PSG - OL : les réactions d'après-match
The Lyon coach and his players spoke to OLTV to deliver their analysis of the match against PSG.

Rudi Garcia 

"It's a result that is very satisfying -- we had prepared for this game tactically so that we could defend well and keep the ball well. We had some very good phases of play, we could have been a little better in the final third. However we defended admirably well, everyone was excellent about not giving this team any chances. As soon as we can keep attacking players like these quiet, we will always have a good chance of getting a result ... We must not stop there. We wanted to stay on this unbeaten run; it's been 11 matches now and we played three out of our last four matches on the road including one in Paris and we won them all, so that's great. The objective is to put the teams that are behind us as far away as possible, this is not yet the case, it is absolutely necessary to collect wins like these and to put third and fourth place as far behind us as possible."



Tino Kadewere

"We're very happy, it was very important for us to win, we worked hard all week to prepare for this game. We stayed focused the whole game. It was also wonderful for me, I'm happy to have scored, it was my first very big match in Europe, so I'm happy to have scored and to have come away with the win."



"We are very, very happy, we trained well during the week, we analyzed how PSG would play today. Congratulations to all the players, but it this is not over, the league season is long, we will keep our feet on the ground and continue to work like this. The team's mentality has changed, this is a team that wants to win every game, we are going in the right direction, we have to keep that mindset."


Karl Toko Ekambi

“It went well, it was a pivotal moment because we're really close in the standings, so winning against a direct competitor is great. We had a game plan, which we implemented, and we made no mistakes in out preparation for the match -- we did what we wanted to do. We know how to play hard with the ball and without, the most important thing was not to concede goals and come away with the three points… I take a lot of pleasure in playing with my teammates, we put in a lot of effort but we do it together and that is the most important thing. On goal, Tino made a great run so it made sense to give him the ball."











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