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REAL MADRID boss ZIDANE after Parc des Princes demise: "A poor match on our side. PSG were better than us in every respect"

19.09.2019 20.55 by Claudio Colla  read 261
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Commenting upon the ruinous 3-0 suffered from PSG in CL debut match, Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane stated: "The competition has just started, and we're not happy with our performance. But we have to think about the next game. We really lacked intensity. At this level, if you don't show intensity, you make life difficult. We lost all of our one-on-one battles. We know what a good team they are. It was a poor match on our side. They were better, we weren't at the level required.

We started the game well, and controlled the opening 15 minutes. But after that we lacked in all areas. We had two chances, and scored two goals, but they were ruled out. And that's too short. Sometimes we have a lot of chances, and don't score but we didn't create enough today. Now we have to think about the next game. The competition has just begun, we're not happy with the performance but we have to think about the next game.

They were better than us in every respect. Their play, in the centre of the park, and what is most infuriating, in terms of intensity. The biggest concern is to see the team lacking the intensity required for this competition. We were almost never in the game. They were superior, they scored three goals, and deserved to win.

I didn't like the fact we didn’t craft any shots on goal with the offensive players we had on the pitch. It was weird, strange. It's not that I'm worried, but with the players we have we usually create more scoring chances. Today it wasn’t to be. Courtois?  We are all in the same boat, win or lose. We must forget this defeat. We have a game on Sunday, and we must focus on that. It’s everyone’s fault".

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