Mauricio Pochettino appears to be discontent with Paris Saint Germain's 1-1 attract their Champions League opening Group A experience against Club Brugge recently. Here is what the manager said, "We know we have to improve. That's not the problem for me. I'm happy with the defensive effort of the attackers. We have to be stronger in other areas of the game."We Need to compete, to know each other, to understand each other, to play together to succeed all three but that was not the problem tonight." We weren't strong enough in a Champions League match. We are not happy with the result and the performance, we know we have to do better." We have a magnificent group of players, we now have to find a defensive and offensive organisation. We need time."
The Parisians kicked the game off on a high with Ander Herrera tracking down the rear of the net soon after 15 minutes into the gathering. However, Hans Vanaken's 27th-minute equalizer denied the French League goliaths greatest focuses toward the finish of the experience. Each of the three whizzes played the entire experience yet couldn't motivate their group to win in their first UCL round of the season. PSG are second on the table with two focuses behind momentum table-clinchers Manchester City who recorded a 6-3 success against RB Leipzig.
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