After having played the final two months ago, Paris Saint-Germain was back in the Champions League and Manchester United this Tuesday evening, Marcus Rashford has once again turned off the lights at the Parc des Princes (1-2). The English international sealed the fate of the match with an unstoppable strike, and Thomas Tuchel would have confessed at the end of the game, not liked the attitude of his players, and that it was going to be settled internally.
This Tuesday evening was the return of the most prestigious European competition. The last finalist of the Champions League, Paris Saint-Germain, received at the Parc des Princes the last team to have defeated it in its den, Manchester United. Once again, Marcus Rashford helped Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men to a 1-2 victory in the final moments.
It is a rather annoyed Thomas Tuchel that we were able to find at the press conference. Beyond the speed of his intervention, the German technician often answered questions coldly. It seems that he did not appreciate at all the attitude of his players. Protecting them in public, he risks blowing them into their bronchial tubes in private.
“It’s not the time”
“We have to improve, it’s clear that we are not happy with this performance. This is not the time (to say what he didn’t like, editor’s note). It’s not the time, especially not here, to be too critical in public. We’re going to do this internally,” he began before continuing on his way.
“We have a lot of things to improve. I don’t know why, but it’s obvious. We’ve had problems with our mindset. It’s hard to always play behind closed doors, it’s not the same feeling in the Champions League. That’s one reason. But it is not the decisive reason. We’ll find a lot to analyze and talk about internally,” concluded the former Borussia Dortmund boss. The next few days should be lively in the capital.