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ASSE-OL: The post-match reactions

Published on 24 January 2021 at 8:43 PM
ASSE - OL : les réactions d'après-match
At the end of the 122nd derby in history, coach Rudi Garcia and his players spoke to OLTV to give their thoughts on the match. All of the reactions can be found on OLPlay.

Rudi Garcia

“We are very satisfied. We absolutely wanted to win this derby. With the way we played, it's something to savor all the more. We are very happy for ourselves and especially for the supporters. They gave us strength this morning. The players took that on and delivered on the pitch. We did very well with our pressing. Winning 5-0 in the derby is not something that happens every day. It shows that our work is paying off with success at set pieces. It helps when you are able to score in these kinds of situations. We absolutely had to stay close to Paris and Lille, and we did it."

Tino Kadewere

"I am happy. We won for the supporters. They were with us this morning, it was wonderful. The messages from the supporters give me a lot of confidence. It's not over, there are a lot of games left. This derby was very important to us."

Bruno Guimaraes

“We played very well. We did what the coach asked. The supporters helped us. We miss them. We are happy for their support, the victory is for them. It was my first game back after COVID -- I hope to continue playing like this."


“I am very happy having scored a double and with the victory. Everyone fought hard to win this derby. We are very happy. The supporters gave us motivation. That was essential. We made the effort for them. This victory is for them."

Maxence Caqueret

“This victory will stay in my memory forever. We approached this match really well. We were on top throughout the game. We must continue playing like this. I am happy with my performance. It was, above all, a collective performance."

Malo Gusto

"I'm very happy to have played my first minutes in Ligue 1. It's a great evening, one of happiness. We were sure of our quality, even if no game is to be taken lightly."
















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