‘I Didn’t Do Enough’ Kylian Mbappé Takes Responsibility For PSG’s Champions League Exit


Kylian Mbappé has publicly accepted responsibility for PSG’s as the star was one of four PSG players to hit the woodwork in the second half.

The 2018 World Cup winner will leave PSG after seven years when his contract expires at the end of this season, with Real Madrid.


“I tried to help my team as best as I could but I didn’t do enough.”

“When we talk about being efficient in the boxes, I think I’m the one targeted. I’m the guy who should score goals and be decisive.

When things are good, I take all the limelight and when they are not, you have to take the shadow.That’s not a problem.

“The first one who should have scored tonight was me. That’s life and we have to move on, me and the team.”


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With nearly 70% of the possession and 30 shots in the second leg loss, the Ligue 1 champs hit the woodwork four times and came away empty-handed, but Mbappé said PSG weren’t unlucky, they just weren’t good enough.

“I don’t know if they were better than us. We don’t need to denigrate them,” Mbappé said.

“In my humble opinion, they were superior in the two boxes. They came once or twice in ours and scored.

We went often in theirs and we never managed to score. It’s a fact.

“I don’t like to talk about being unlucky. When you are good, it doesn’t hit the post, it goes in. Today, we were not good enough, us the attackers.”

That will forever remain as close as Mbappe came to lifting the European Cup with his hometown team, for whom he is their all-time top scorer with 255 goals.

A total of 42 of those have come in Europe’s elite club competition, but he could not add to that tally across the two legs against Dortmund.

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