Julian Nagelsmann ‘so proud’ of RB Leipzig as club secures Champions League semi-final
RB Leipzig manager Julian Nagelsmann said he is “so proud” of the team after the club progressed to the Champions League semi-final.
“We’re very happy and I’m so proud of the group. We defended with a lot of passion and were the better team against a very good and experienced side. We were brilliant,” the club’s official website quoted Nagelsmann as saying.
"Perhaps we'll drink a beer together in the hotel and then tomorrow we'll focus on PSG." 👊— Football on BT Sport #Club2020 (@btsportfootball) August 13, 2020
Julian Nagelsmann isn't getting carried away despite a historic victory for his Leipzig side…
Such an impressive manager! 👏
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“We got off to a strong start and were highly-motivated. The boys stayed calm, which is great to see. I was happy that the match didn’t go into added time. This way, we can save our strength for the upcoming game,” he added.
In the quarter-final match, RB Leipzig defeated Atletico Madrid by 2-1 here on Friday.
RB Leipzig will now take on Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), who trounced Atalanta in their quarter-final match, in the semi-final on August 19.
Nagelsmann said PSG are a top-level side and his team will have to give their 100 per cent to advance to the final of the competition.
#Leipzig, just 11 years old, beat #AtleticoMadrid in the quarter-finals of the #UCL and secured their place in the semi-finals. Managers like Diego simeone , Jose Mourinho lost tie against Julian Nagelsmann.#AthleticoMadrid #LeipzigATLETI #UCLisBack pic.twitter.com/UpKWJROHWD— Eat My News (@EatMyNewsCo) August 14, 2020
“Paris Saint-Germain are a top-level side with a top-notch coach. They have a lot of quality and are a threat right until the final minute. You saw that during the match against Atalanta Bergamo. They have a star-studded squad. We will need to give it 100 per cent, but we are looking forward to the match and will go in highly-motivated,” he said.
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