Kylian Mbappé was very disappointed and annoyed by Paris Saint-Germain’s performance against Newcastle this Tuesday in the Champions League (1-1) at the microphone of RMC Sport. The French striker assures that PSG dominated but that they lacked realism in front of goals.
“We’re the players.” At the microphone of RMC Sport, Kylian Mbappé expressed his disappointment with the performance of Paris Saint-Germain this Tuesday, who only obtained a 1-1 draw against Newcastle on the pitch. Princes Park. The French striker, scorer of the equalizing goal from a penalty at the very end of the match, believes that he should have scored more, as should his attacking partners.
“It’s up to us to be more realistic”
“It’s a disappointment,” admits the PSG captain. “In a Champions League match, you can’t have so many opportunities and not score. It’s not the structure, the organization. It’s us, the players, we have to be more clinical. J “I had opportunities to score and I have to score, that’s clear.”
“Everyone who has eyes saw that we dominated,” judges Kylian Mbappé.
“It’s up to us to be more realistic in the last gesture. Being first is our goal. We will prepare to win in Dortmund.” The striker, the only Parisian scorer of the evening, also told Canal+ that Newcastle showed “nothing” in the game: “It’s frustrating because we dominate this team from start to finish. They have nothing , we knew it was their game to have nothing.”
“Play with personality”
Kylian Mbappé wants to “play with personality”. “In idea, we were there today,” assures the captain. Still at the microphone of RMC Sport, Lucas Hernandez took this 1-1 draw with more perspective, PSG could still qualify and even finish first in the event of a victory in Dortmund: “On the pitch, I was confident, I knew that the ball was going to go in. Even with Kylian’s goal which did us good, we continued to get this victory.”
“There are evenings like that when the ball doesn’t want to go in… If we take stock and see all the actions… The goalkeeper made saves that he has never made”, he smiled. “But there are no excuses. It’s up to us to continue to play our game. If we win in Dortmund we are first in the group. We have to continue to be as we are. Hoping that the ball can go back there…”
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