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|30||Kelava (GK) (C)||30||Sirigu (GK)|
|33||Mitrović (GK)||1||Douchez (GK)|
|23||Van der Wiel|
|Ante Čačić (CRO)||Carlo Ancelotti (ITA)|
|Fırat Aydınus (TUR)|
Ante Čačić, Dinamo coach
Victory went to the better team. Paris Saint-Germain showed why they are [one of the] favourites. They are the most expensive team in the history of French football and there's an obvious difference between their side and ours. I said before the match and the competition that there is a big difference between the Croatian and French league and the two teams.
PSG have a lot of very experienced, quality players, who have had good careers; our team is still developing and without much experience.
Merely playing in the Champions League group stage is a big success for us, even though that sounds like a cliché. For us it's very important to gain some know-how from match to match.
Carlo Ancelotti, PSG coach
We are very satisfied. We had a good attitude and controlled the game. It was not beautiful, but it was a good match. This is a good result and a good performance. We could have scored more, and when you can get more goals, you should. [Zlatan] Ibra[himović] did not score more than one, but his goal was important. He was less accurate than usual in front of goal.
After a poor performance against Marseille, [Javier] Pastore played well. He played simply and with continuity. [Jeremy] Ménez was very happy with his pass and his goal. I always demand more of him, because he has extraordinary ability. I hope he will play even better.
Our position in the group is good. There are three matches left, and we have the chance at home [against Dinamo] to move on to nine points, which would be good before we play against Dynamo and Porto. It does not put you in the next round, but I think that with ten points you can qualify.
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