In numerical inferiority this Sunday evening, after the expulsion of Marco Verratti (59th), the Parisians conceded a draw in the last moments of the match against Reims (1-1).
A disappointing result commented on by Carlos Soler, who confirms the difficulties encountered by PSG since the return from the World Cup.
How do you feel after this draw against Reims?
It's a zero result that doesn't suit us and that we don't like.
We wanted to win, but it was very difficult.
They came to get us very high in the first period.
Going to three in the middle, it suited us better, we managed to create chances and open the scoring.
Maybe we relaxed a bit afterwards and in the end they managed to equalise.
We have to manage situations better when we are leading.
It's a shame because we had the opportunity to take three points and distance our competitors.
On a personal level, how do you rate your performance since the start of the season?
At first, I didn't have much playing time, but I'm playing more and more.
I played in the Coupe de France and I start in the league.
I try to give my maximum and I have to keep working to reach my best level.
I know I wasn't at my best...
Has the World Cup created a break in the dynamics of the team?
Since the World Cup, we have had complicated matches, even at home, like against Strasbourg.
I don't know if it was the World Cup that created a fracture but we have to look at what needs to be corrected and the points that need to be improved.
This (Sunday) evening, we changed the system during the match and it worked.
Afterwards, I don't know if it was the World Cup that caused a cut.
Does this worry you just over two weeks before the match against Bayern Munich?
There are matches before this round of 16.
We must try to arrive with the best feelings possible because it will be a very tough round of 16 and we must be at our best for this meeting.
We have to make sure we prepare as well as possible for the matches we have left to be in good shape against Munich.