At the press conference and with DAZN, Edin Terzic spoke about the game at Manchester City – and had many words of praise: "We had Man City's attack under good control."

Edin Terzic on the balance of play:
"For me, it's the third time we've played against them and the third time we're going home empty-handed. It's really bitter because the boys would've deserved at least a point. You could see the kind of quality City have: when we run out of steam, they can up the ante."

…on the tactical approach:
"The way we wanted to approach it was to close down the middle and keep the ball in front of us, because they then tend to play diagonal balls a lot. It was a big compliment for us that they then put their outstanding individual players like Bernardo Silva and Kevin De Bruyne out wide because they couldn't find them in the middle. Unfortunately, we ultimately didn't manage to keep the pressure high enough to keep them away from our goal."

…on the goals from Erling Haaland and John Stones:
"Not many players in the world would score that goal. In recent years, we have benefited from him scoring goals like that for us. That makes it very frustrating and bitter that he did it for the opposing team today. We had the Man City attack under good control and almost entirely stopped the service to Erling. You could see that from the first goal by John Stones, which was scored from range, as we closed the spaces down very well time and time again."

…on Jude Bellingham's performance:
"Jude was everywhere on the pitch. He was always there to help his team-mates, block shots and cause a threat himself. He again scored our goal against Man City." (br)