The German supervisor was conscious of the gap between the two teams at the night and demonstrated that the aims for his side following year
RB Leipzig trainer Julian Nagelsmann has confessed PSG would be the better team on Tuesday and deserved to be eligible for the Champions League final.
The Bundesliga side were swept aside 3-0 from the semi-final in the Estadio da Luz, together with Marquinhos, Angel Di Maria and Juan Bernat getting on the scoresheet, whereas Neymar and Kylian Mbappe also played strongly in attack.
Nagelsmann believed his team began the game well but ultimately had no response for the quality exhibited from the Ligue 1 winners.
“In the conclusion the ticket to the closing for PSG is well deserved,” Nagelsmann advised BT Sport.” [The] first 10-12 moments we played nicely. PSG has so high quality and at the end they’re the better team, but soccer is sometimes similar to that.
“We needed to decide ahead of the match if we wanted to strike early. At the initial 10 moments we had three or four great minutes and created two or three major mistakes.
“After we conceded the second goal that the belief of our gamers emptied. In the conclusion it was a matter of personality and we did well in the second half”
Leipzig complete the season without winning a prize, but amazed in their conduct to the Champions League last four, while they finished third in the Bundesliga and attained the DFB-Pokal around of 16.
Nagelsmann thought his group enjoyed a good campaign and stated they’ll be out to win prizes next season.
“It isn’t so simple to consider this fantastic season but after a week it’ll be OK,” he explained.
“We’re a young group and will attempt to do it nicely within another season. The players may return and we could try to find the Bundesliga and the cup”
Leipzig will enter next season without star striker Timo Werner, who joined Chelsea last month and didn’t complete the Champions League campaign with side.
Three gamers will also return for their parent teams after loan spells: Angelino (Manchester City), Patrik Schick (Roma) and Ethan Ampadu (Chelsea).
The new Bundesliga season is scheduled to start on September 18.