Emery impressed with champion PSG after giant triumph in Monaco

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Coach Unai Emery of Paris Saint-Germain had Sunday no better championship swim meet of his team could wish for. The Parisians won with less than 7-1 of AS Monaco and packed so for the seventh time the national championship.

“I am very happy. This team has the whole season to have a good level dropped and today we showed that again. We have at Monaco the quality difference uncovered,” said Emery at the French channel Canal+.

PSG was after 27 minutes on a 4-0 lead against neighbor stalker Monaco, which last season became champion. Rony Lopes did for rest have something to go back for the visitors, but PSG ran after resting for a landslide victory.

Thus, conquered the seven times champion is already the fifth title in the last six seasons. PSG should also be in 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 the best club of France, but according to Emery may be formation not yet satisfied.

“With seven league titles away, we are still behind on clubs as Saint-Etienne (ten league titles, ed.) and Olympique Marseille (nine championships, red), so there is still a lot of inhaalwerk to perform. This is in any case a stable team that has a bright future.”

Nasser Al-Khelaïfi

Also chairman and financier Nasser Al-Khelaïfi was delighted with the new championship of PSG. The 44-year-old Qatarees could not be better competition proposals at the Parc des Princes.

“With such a difference, the title capture against the outgoing champion is very handsome. Of course We’re very proud of the players, but we want the season to finish with a second prize.”

PSG could be there Wednesday for sure, because then plays the newly crowned champion of the finals of the Coupe de France against SM Caen, the current number fifteen in the Ligue 1.

The team of Emery may be the cup for the fourth year in a row to win. PSG hoped this season for the first time ever the Champions League win, but Real Madrid was in the eighth-finals on two duels too strong.

AS Monaco

The few hundred supporters of AS Monaco on Sunday in Paris witnessed the humiliation of their team, get their money back. That made the Monegasken after the contest.

“This was a doomsday for us,” concluded vice-president Vadim Vasilyev. “We are defeated, but not knock-out. I expect Saturday against Guingamp a response from the players.”

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