Luis Enrique, on Mbappe's substitution in the Marseille 0-2 PSG match: "I make the decisions"

PSG players spoke out after the great 2-0 victory against Marseille in a vibrant classic in Ligue 1

PSG achieved victory at the Velodrome against Marseille.
PSG achieved victory at the Velodrome against Marseille. / BSR Agency/GettyImages

PSG's victory in this matchday 27 against Olympique de Marseille brings them one step closer to lifting the Ligue 1 title in the 2023/24 season, where the Parisian club already has 62 points, being the undisputed leader of the French championship.

Following the Parisians' victory at the Vélodrome, some of their players spoke out for Prime Video regarding the exciting encounter that took place in the classic. One of them, Danilo Pereira, highlighted the great work done by the team with only 10 players on the field. "It's always very difficult here. We came here to seek victory. All 10 of us showed what PSG is, a team that fights together. We gave everything we could."

On the other hand, the standout player of the match, Vitinha, also expressed himself for Prime Video, where he highlighted the work done during halftime under Luis Enrique's guidance to react in the classic and secure the victory. "The most important thing is the team. We didn't start well, everyone saw it. The situation got even worse with Beraldo's expulsion. We have to highlight our reaction, our second half with 10 men. We played better."

Why did Kylian Mbappe leave the match?

Lastly, Luis Enrique was the last to give his statements for Prime Video, where he apologized for his mistakes in the match but pointed out that they managed to overcome those problems on the field. "Today we made too many mistakes. It's part of football, we have to accept it and progress." The Spanish coach also commented on Kylian Mbappé's departure and how his decisions are for the good of the team. "It's always the same tune, I'm the coach, I make the decisions and I will continue to do so until my last day here."