Paris Saint-Germain striker Hugo Ekitike expressed his disappointment following the Parisians’ recent 2-0 loss to Rennes in Ligue 1.
Despite the defeat, Ekitike remained optimistic about his side’s ability to bounce back, his words transcribed by RMC Sport. The Frenchman stated that they need to “get back to work” and use the international break in the schedule to come back stronger.
Ekitike acknowledged that there wasn’t much to say about their performance in the game, but emphasised the importance of not giving up in the face of defeat. “If we start giving up every time we lose, we won’t achieve anything”, he said. The striker also made it clear that their ultimate goal is to win the title, and that they are determined to do so.
Despite the loss, Ekitike did not sense a lack of motivation among the team, and believes that they simply need to regroup and work together to get back on track. “There are matches where we go through a rough patch, and we need to talk to each other and lift our heads up together”
GFFN | George Boxall
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