Video: ‘It Is Not Enough to Have Great Players’ – Marco Verratti Comments on PSG’s Come From Behind Win Over Rb Leipzig

Paris Saint-Germain came away with a come from behind 3-2 victory over RB Leipzig on matchday three of the UEFA Champions League. The capital club opened the scoring with a goal from Kylian Mbappé. 

Nonetheless, the following two goals came from RB Leipzig as the German side took a 2-1 lead early in the second half. PSG scored the next two goals courtesy of Lionel Messi to give PSG the win and all three points.

After the match, one of the unsung heroes was Marco Verratti, as the 28-year-old had 139 touches providing two key passes. The Italy international spoke to beIN Sports France where he discussed the win. 

“It’s football now. It is not enough to have great players. There are only great players in the team, world champions, and players who have won several Champions League. There are a lot of good teams,” Verratti said.

“The team that will win (the Champions League) is the one that will have the best collective. This is what we must find as quickly as possible. To be even stronger, to be better with the ball and without the ball. When we get there – with the players we have – it should.”

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