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PSG, Matuidi: "Fantastic to play in the Champions"

19.09.2012 09.59 by TM W  read 1193
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After the Champions League game won against Dynamo Kjiv, PSG player Matuidi has declared to Uefa.com:

"We played with intensity in the first half and scored some goals. It's very satisfying for everyone. But we must not get carried away. The road is still long. We have shown that people can count on PSG. All the players are finding their feet now, we are giving everything, and it's paying off. It was fantastic to play in the Champions League. When you hear the music for the first time you feel very proud. We'll try to take the same spirit with us to Porto".


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