Nantes coach and former Paris Saint Germain player, Antoine Kombouare believed the French capital club PSG, didn’t respect Real Madrid enough after crashing out of the Champions League.

“We must not be afraid of words. PSG did not respect its opponent,” said the former PSG player and coach.

“There is sadness, disappointment, it’s my heart club PSG. When you respect your opponent, it’s a match that you have to win 3-0, and we don’t talk about it anymore,” said Kanak, for whom Kylian Mbappé’s teammates “did not do the right thing. It’s a game, you play it ten times, you lose it once.

“Regrets are losing against less strong than yourself.

“It is a French club that is eliminated. It’s my heart club, so I’m sad.” He concluded.

The 58-year-old gaffer was sacked by PSG 10 years ago when they were top of the league. He won the Coupe de France with PSG, as a coach in the 2009-2010 season, and finished as a runner up in the following season.

He was brought in to save Nantes from relegation last season, and he has completely turn the Canaries around.

Nantes are one of only two teams to defeat PSG this season. They are also fighting for a place in Europe, after qualifying for the final of the Coupe de France.

The former defender was there when the Stade de la Beaujoire opened in 1984 and, 38 years later, Kombouare shared in the joy as jubilant fans invaded the pitch after knocking out Monaco to reach the French Cup final.