Beraldo: 'I can't say thank you enough!'

Find out what Luis Enrique, Marquinhos and Lucas Beraldo had to say after Paris Saint-Germain secured the first silverware of 2024 with their 2-0 win over Toulouse in the Trophée des Champions!


"It's the best way to start the year, with a trophy. It gives you even more energy, even more motivation to keep working and keep moving forward. It gives you the peace of mind and confidence to get the year off to a good start. It comes at a very important moment in the season, and starting 2024 with a trophy was very important.

"Every moment in the season is key to building this team. A trophy, a home final, after a bit of a break... We were all highly motivated, and the coach had prepared us well too. The fans are happy, it's the best way to grow more and more, to build this team, and make this bond even stronger."


"I'm very happy. I never even imagined I'd be playing a match today. I didn't know if I was going to be called up or not. And God gave me the opportunity to play and win a trophy in my first game, so I don't think there's any way to explain that feeling.
"The welcome? Yes, the fans screamed every time I touched the ball. I can't thank them enough. As I've already said in interviews, I came here in 2009, I saw a match from the stands and now I can play with all my idols on the pitch. There's nothing more to say. I can't be grateful enough for that, I just have to enjoy it."


"The goal is always to win. Finals are always special matches, matches in which, over 90 minutes, you have to be able to play better than your opponents. And I think we played exceptionally well, perhaps the best match since we've been working together. It's a shame that we couldn't maintain the same level in the second half, but Toulouse played very well in after the break. I feel great. I'm honestly very happy. We have to remember and pay tribute to the former coach, Christophe Galtier, who won the league to qualify for this match. It's thanks to him that I can win this Trophée des Champions. And now, I hope it won't be my last."