Paris Saint Germain coach Marc Wilmots insists he is satisfied with his side’s performance against Paris Saint Étienne, which is likely to be their last competitive game in the Champions League.
The French champions will travel to Germany to face Bayern Munich on Wednesday, with the final against Bayer Leverkusen on March 20.
After two months away from the Parisian capital, the club’s new boss is still searching for a new starting XI after the club were knocked out of the Champions’ League at the quarter-final stage of the Europa League in May.
“We played very well, we won, we had the ball well and played well,” Wilmot said.
“And it was difficult to score the goal we had.
That’s the only thing I’m happy about.
In the second leg, the match will take place in front of a capacity crowd at the Olympic Stadium, with tickets available on a first-come, first-served basis.”
It’s very important to win a game, we know that.”
In the second leg, the match will take place in front of a capacity crowd at the Olympic Stadium, with tickets available on a first-come, first-served basis.
However, Wilmott is still confident that the game will go ahead.
“If we play well it will be a great game for the fans,” he said.
“The fans want to see a good team and that’s what we did tonight.”© ESPN Sports Media Ltd.