PSG, Tuchel admits adjustments key to win in Monaco
16 January 2020
FRANCE- Thomas Tuchel admitted key adjustments made were crucial as his PSG side won 4-1 at Monaco three days after Sunday’s dramatic draw at Parc des Princes 3-3 in the French Ligue 1.
PSG had been held in the weekend 3-3 but were head annd shoulders above their rivals Monaco with Kylian Mbappe brace in between Neymar penalty goal and Pablo Sarabia on target with Tiemoue Bakayoko netting a consolation.
“We also had the opportunity to win Sunday at the Parc. It was played out on details”. Tuchel told the media.
“There is more management and offensive risks in this victory. Our counter-pressing was much better. We were braver, tighter to move together. This success is deserved. We have created more opportunities and more opportunities to score. The team was superior in possession. The players were very attentive and involved”.
Robert Moreno (Monaco coach, beaten by PSG, 1-4): “I am very happy and proud of my team. We have been in rhythm. The result is different from Sunday, but we continued to attack. It is difficult to have spaces against Paris. The four goals conceded are due to the risks we took. But we had a good game collectively. I have nothing to say about the referee or the VAR. The visions of the cameras are difficult to know. I do not control what the referee does but what my players do. “