Tuchel: 'We lacked control'

Thomas Tuchel, Colin Dagba and Marquinhos spoke to PSG TV after Paris Saint-Germain's 2-1 loss to Dijon on Friday:

Thomas Tuchel (Paris Saint-Germain coach)
"Our first half wasn't good. We were too passive, in defence and in attack. Perhaps scoring first was a bad thing because we didn't deserve it. We lacked control. Dijon equalised and then scored a second, without really having a chance. Our second half was better, with a lot of scoring chances and shots at goal. But we failed to turn things around. That's football. Anything can happen. We hate losing, but we have to accept it. Maybe we just didn't deserve to win tonight."

Colin Dagba (Paris Saint-Germain defender)
"Conceding that goal just before half time, and then another just after the restart, really hurt. We fought back in the second half, but it was too late. We wasted a number of clear chances. Dijon defended very well and that made it it very hard for us. Now we need to bounce back. We have to focus on our next game, which is very important. We won our first three games in the Champions League, and a fourth win will see us qualified for the last-16."

Marquinhos (Paris Saint-Germain defender)
"That's football, that's the way it goes. We weren't strong enough in the challenges. We are a good side, but we didn't play well tonight. In football, you can have upsets. Dijon did it. The standings don't mean anything. They played very well. And we weren't good. We need to bounce back for our next game. We win when everyone works together. We have to improve. We can't continue like we played tonight. Over the course of a season, you have good games and bad games. We are an experienced side and we will bounce back."