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PSG: “One might believe that the team is doing worse after two draws, it is not the case,” insists Soler

Paris is ready for Tuesday and its 8th final of the Champions League, "I am convinced of it", announced midfielder Carlos Soler, after the draw (0-0) in Monaco on Friday evening, during the first match of the 24th day of Ligue 1.

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PSG: “One might believe that the team is doing worse after two draws, it is not the case,” insists Soler

Paris is ready for Tuesday and its 8th final of the Champions League, "I am convinced of it", announced midfielder Carlos Soler, after the draw (0-0) in Monaco on Friday evening, during the first match of the 24th day of Ligue 1. After this result, does PSG feel ready for Tuesday and the C1? “I believe so, or rather, I am convinced that yes,” replied Carlos Soler after the match. “The team is showing it, even if after two consecutive draws, one might believe that the team is doing worse,” he continued. It is not so. The Champions League is important enough for us to be excessively focused (in San Sebastian, Editor’s note).”

However, the Spaniard conceded that the result in the Principality was “not a good result, because we did not win. But I think Monaco is the second best team in the championship, he said. It's a great team that sometimes put us in difficulty. Generally speaking, we weren't bad, even if they managed to hurt us on a few occasions. But from the 70th minute, we felt that we could hurt them more. We felt they had put in a lot of effort to press us high. But we didn’t manage to score.”

On the other hand, the Parisian midfielder has said nothing concerning the exit during the break of Kylian Mbappé. “He was substituted at half-time. I do not know more." Moreover, for Monegasque Wilfried Singo, who had him scoring in the first half, this outing “didn’t change much”. “We had prepared very well for this meeting,” he said. Faced with this type of player, you really have to attack with a lot of determination. But I don’t know why he came out.” “Satisfied with this result against a great team”, the recent African champion with Ivory Coast now hopes that Monaco “will continue like this” in the championship.

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