PSG - OM (3-0) | Post-match reactions

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Adil Rami, Bouna Sarr, Amavi Jordan, Florian Thauvin and Luiz Gustavo shared their reactions after Sunday's loss (3-0) at PSG at the Parc des Princes on Matchday 27 of the Ligue 1 Conforama.

Adil Rami: “Le Classique is better at the Velodrome"

"We are disappointed, we lost 3-0 in Le Classique at the Parc des Princes. We came with the intention of playing football, that's what we wanted to do. We allowed three goals, we can be disappointed but we must accept this defeat to continue moving forward without panicking. 3-0 is a harsh loss but I am proud of my teammates. We tried to play ball at Parc des Princes. For me, it was not a big Le Classique — but a match of Ligue 1 in a Parc des Princes — it’s rather cute, it is not the Velodrome. Le Classique is better at the Velodrome. Congratulations to the Parisians, they won, that's how it's life.”
"We have to show character. We must not forget that we have the best support in France. People believe in us, we must redouble our efforts."

Bouna Sarr: "We have a card to play on Wednesday"

"We could have avoided the first two goals, we have to be better at this level. Then we played to not allow the third and when it was important to score one to improve our chances. At 3-0, it is more difficult to come back into the match.
"On a knockout match (like Wednesday), it's different, we have a fighting chance. You'll have to believe it, be confident and come back with new intentions."

Jordan Amavi: "We started the match well"

"The start of the match was good but then, especially on my mistake on the first goal, there is the first goal that puts them in the game. Then the second too ... It's a shame to concede goals like that because we started the game well. "

Florian Thauvin: "Wednesday, we want revenge"

"We always say after watching the film, that the goals could have been avoided but at the moment things are going very fast and it's complicated. Paris came into the match wanting to attack. They were good offensively, and defensively they deal blows when it’s necessary to deal them. They played a good game and there is not much to complain about.
"Wednesday, we want to take revenge after to tonight. It was easier at home when we had our supporters, we had the 12th man, we were pushed by our supporters. Today (in Paris), we felt the difference. We will have to rest for Wednesday's match and try to do better."

Luiz Gustavo: "We will learn and progress"

"It was not an easy match for us. We will learn and improve a lot after the game tonight. We will return to Marseille, recover and watch film to see everything we can do better for the next match. We come here to win but Paris is a very good team. Wednesday, we play again here and we will all be 100 percent to play a better match than tonight and we aim to win. "

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