Autzen stadium brought out about 24,000 fans Sunday. KLCC’s Angela Kellner reports on the match between Paris Saint-Germain and Inter Milan.
By the end of the first half, Paris Saint-Germain and Inter Milan were tied one to one.
In the second half, PSG subbed in German-born goalie Kevin Trapp. The 26-year-old didn’t see much action on his end of the field as his teammates scored two more goals against Inter Milan. After the game, Trapp gave interviews in both French and English.
“I was really happy to play here in America. Last year, I saw already how it is,” says Trapp. “The atmosphere here is always great. The supporters, the fans are always great, always a nice atmosphere. We have the best conditions to train, to play in America and I think for everybody it is a good opportunity to play here.”
Inter Milan’s Daveda Santon said in Italy the stadium would have been full, referring to the half-empty Autzen. But overall he said the fans were great, he’s sorry his team couldn’t overcome Paris Saint-Germain for the win.
“Paris Saint-Germain is a really strong team. They play champions league this year. You could see a little bit of difference between the two teams. We played our best, we did our game and then we lost. But it was a good friendly game.”
The next game in the tournament to be played on the west coast is in Pasadena Wednesday. For KLCC news, I’m Angela Kellner.