When he was interviewed after the match, he expressed his feeling saying he was really happy for his goal and the most important one was the win they got.
He said, "We knew it would be tough but we put in the best we can. There's still a second leg.
When asked about how he felt on his first UCL goal, he said, "It's about time, but it has come. I have waited patiently and it was a good time for it to come.
I'm very happy to score one tonight, but more importantly get the win."
The match which seemed pretty easy for the blues was the third knockout stage win for the club's current coach, Thomas Tuchel.
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