Paris Saint-Germain manager Mauricio Pochettino felt his luck wasn’t on their side against Manchester City in the Champions League.
The French giants were defeated 4-1 on aggregate as Pep Guardiola’s City booked their place in the final in Istanbul.
PSG needed a win in Manchester after losing the home left last week, but could not translate their possession into meaningful chances to score.
“If we analyse the two games, we dominated a very difficult team to control,” Pochettino said to RMC Sport.
“You need a small percentage of luck to score in key moments.
“I am disappointed, because we deserved better. But Manchester City have been more clinical than us. They scored the goals we needed, we played the game we wanted with the plan we wanted. It’s a bit disappointing obviously, because the objective was to go to the final.
“We have to be positive, it’s difficult after an elimination, you have to have this process in mind, stay calm, analyse the situation … We arrived here having beaten Barcelona and Bayern. It’s a shame not to make it to the final, but the team never gave up, they fought to the end.
“We also played 10 against 11 for  minutes, which is a big disadvantage. It wasn’t for us. We will go back being strong, the club and the players will be ready to win the remaining matches. We will be ready.”