Paris St Germain coach, Unai Emery, says the club is still finding the right balance of individual talent and tactical discipline even after the side’s convincing Champions League win at Anderlecht on Wednesday.
PSG beat the Belgian side 4-0 to top Group B and are well on their way to qualifying for the knockout phase.
“We were happy to take the three points. Our goal is to finish first of our group,” Emery said after the match.
“We are like a new team, we need to progress, to improve on the details. We didn’t master the game in the way we wanted to,” he added.
“We were better in terms of balance, positioning and tactics in the second half but we still need to properly mix the two aspects: the tactical discipline and the individual talent. It’s my job is to give this balance to the team.”
PSG, who could confirm progress to the next stage when they host Anderlecht in Paris on October 31, have won 12 of 13 games in all competitions since the start of the campaign.