Christophe Galtier (PSG coach) after the success against Brest: “We should have made the score worse”

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Christophe Galtier (PSG coach) after the success against Brest: “We should have made the score worse”

Christophe Galtier (PSG coach after victory against Brestat the microphone of PSGTV): “It’s a match with two totally different periods. The first in which we created a lot of very favorable situations. We very logically opened the score, we could have worsened and we should have worsened the score. What we didn’t do. It is also for this reason that I opted to maintain our attacking trio from the kick-off. (Messi, Neymar, Mbappe) to bring a lot of danger and to ensure that we can have goal differences at the break and have better management afterwards. »

“In the second period it was much more difficult, contrasting compared to the first. We were quickly cut in half, we made a lot of technical errors, errors in front, in the middle, even behind, which gave Brest a lot of hope since there was only one goal difference. The opponent, when he is in Paris and there is only one goal difference, automatically, he believes in it. We lacked mobility, movement, fatigue or nervousness. It forced me to make changes that I would have liked to make earlier, to rebalance the team and protect those who chain a lot. I am thinking of the attacking sector and the midfield. Luckily Gigio (Donnarumma) we made the decisive save on the penalty, foul or no foul, I did not see, but the referee whistled. He (Donnarumma) allows us to take the three points in a match where the two periods are very different. »

Gianluigi Donnarumma (Paris SG goalkeeper, at the microphone of Amazon Prime Video): “I’m happy for the team and for our supporters, it wasn’t an easy game but we knew it would be complicated, we were solid. I’m happy with my stop, I’m happy for this incredible audience. (On his saved penalty) I knew I could stop him, I focused on the shooter and luckily it worked out well. »

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