Former PSG Manager Luis Fernandez Congratulates Club on Advancing to First-Ever Champions League Final

Former Paris Saint-Germain manager Luis Fernandez has offered his congratulations to the club on reaching its first-ever UEFA Champions League final. PSG handily defeated Bundesliga side RB Leipzig by a 3-0 final score on Wednesday in the semis of the competition. The win moves them into a long-awaited Champions League final appearance.

On his official Twitter account, Fernandez congratulated PSG on its historic accomplishment by tweeting, “Well done to PSG for this final! I am very happy for all the supporters, the players have been there. There is one game left to write French football history forever. Come on Paris!!!”

Fernandez managed PSG in the Champions League but was never able to lead the side to a final in this competition. Now under manager Thomas Tuchel, PSG has pulled off the grand feat of finally advancing to the final of the biggest club competition on the continent. Les Parisiens will face either FC Bayern Munich or Olympique Lyonnais in the final on Aug. 23.

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