"Overall, I'm disappointed. First and foremost, because we've been eliminated," said Michael Zorc late on Wednesday evening following the match away to Paris St. Germain. "I had the feeling it would be possible to get through to the next round today."

Following their 2-0 defeat at PSG, BVB are out of the UEFA Champions League. "We didn't produce the performance that was required to reach the next round of the competition," explained Borussia Dortmund's sporting director in an interview with the pay-TV channel Sky, adding: "Our game was littered with too many errors. I felt the two goals we conceded were too easy. PSG didn't have to work too hard to score the two goals. And when it came to going forward we were too harmless. We were lacking penetration."

Zorc criticised: "We didn't show enough courage. It wasn't enough out there. There's a lot of disappointment that we haven't taken this big opportunity. We were not good enough and that's why PSG went through to the next round. They showed greater clarity in the decisive situations. We had too many players out of form." Of Emre Can's dismissal, he said: "The red card was excessive. We know that Neymar's a good actor." (br)

BVB TV: Reactions to the match against Paris Saint-Germain