Luarent Blanc says too many ‘technical mistakes’ cost his PSG side for Man City to get a 2-2 draw in the first leg of the Champions League quarter finals at Parc des Princes on Wednesday night.
Kevin de Bruyne puts Man City upfront before Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Adrian Rabiot sent PSG ahead, only for Fernandihno to restore parity.
The results put Man City in better position to advance to the next round due to away goal rule.
And PSG boss Luarent Blanc bemoans his boys two costly mistakes that handed Man City the advantage.
“Two mistakes allowed Man City to score goals that are, as you know, very important away from home. That’s our biggest regret.
“I think we conceded goals from the only two chances they had but we could have scored three or four ourselves.
“It’s not a good result, we made too many technical mistakes.”
Blanc admits their dream of getting to the Semi-finals for the second time in the competition since 1995 is to limit down their mistakes at Etihad Stadium.
“We should have netted earlier than we did. We missed a penalty and then went on to concede two goals.
“We knew City had three very dangerous players in attack, but I’m convinced that we can secure a positive result in Manchester if we limit our errors.”