Veretout saw “warriors” against PSG

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Olympique de Marseille midfielder Jordan Veretout was very complimentary about the performance of the Marseille club, who beat Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday in the round of 16 of the Coupe de France (2-1).

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In the mixed zone, Jordan Veretout reacted to the victory won by Olympique de Marseille against Paris Saint-Germain (2-1), in the round of 16 of the Coupe de France. The 29-year-old midfielder had no doubts about his partners’ ability to beat the capital club. “We are very happy. We wanted to play a big game and qualify. We knew we could win. It’s a very good team up front, but we got the match we needed, all together. We didn’t give up. It was hard.”

“We have to go to battle”

The former Nantes resident recognizes that the support of the public at the Orange Vélodrome will have been invaluable. “We thank the supporters. This victory is for them. They pushed us to the end. Surely they were the ones who gave us that strength in the end.” Before saluting the spirit of spirit displayed by the group: “To compete with Paris, you have to give everything, go into battle. Tonight there were warriors on the ground. We felt it. We all left tired. It was hard. We had a good match. They pushed in the final minutes. We were tough. It’s a very good game from us.”

The Marseillais will meet their quarter-final opponent this evening, on the sidelines of the last round of 16 between FC Lorient and Racing Club de Lens. Second in Ligue 1 with 46 points, tied with the Sang et Or and eight behind Paris Saint-Germain, OM will travel to Clermont on Saturday evening, as part of the 23rd day.

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