Unai Emery is not allowing PSG’s loss to Monaco dampen his mood, as he is confident of bouncing back.
The Ligue 1 giants suffered a rare league loss against rivals Monaco, losing 3-1 at the Stade Louis II.
The result meant PSG dropped to fifth in the standings, having opened the season with back-to-back wins.
“We started well with two good chances, but then Monaco scored with their first attack of the game, and they’re a side that know how to control a lead,” Emery said.
“They are very solid in defence, and we lost too many balls. In the second half, we came back to 2-1 and had chances to equalise, but then came that counter-attack. After the third goal, the match was over.
“It’s an experience for the future. I have confidence in the team. The players that played earned that right. I made changes to have more control of the game. We were tactically a little unbalanced.”