Two Black & Yellows spoke to Sky following the match behind closed doors in Paris: coach Lucien Favre and defensive linchpin Mats Hummels. Here are the match reactions.

Lucien Favre: "It was very difficult at the beginning. The first 10 to 15 minutes weren't easy for us. But then we performed well and pressed well, it wasn't bad. That last piece of the puzzle was missing today, particularly our final and penultimate balls. We had difficulties finding the gaps and then conceded two unnecessary goals. But that's part and parcel of football; every minor error cost us dearly today."

Mats Hummels: "It's hard to put today into words. It was a game with few goalscoring chances at both ends. We unfortunately fell 1-0 behind following a corner, where Neymar was allowed to head home at chest height in the six-yard box. We obviously cannot allow that to happen. The second goal was really bad luck. The ball was deflected; otherwise it would've never gone in. But we also didn't manage to build pressure on the opposition goal. We were often around the penalty area, especially down the right. We had three or four half-chances. PSG did too and they took the lead – they didn't need more than that. It wasn't all that bad from us; of course, there were some sloppy possession giveaways but that happens. All in all, we didn't manage to get the final balls to our team-mates."
Transcribed by Timo Lammert