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|We were unlucky but I was proud of the players' performance because they gave their best in this situation,
Puel told the BBC.
It was difficult with a lot of emotion around the game, during the game and after the game,
said Leicester boss Claude Puel.
I would have no problem if it happened again, the only thing would be a second yellow card,
said Puel. He can take off his shirt if he scores, I have no problem with this. I wouldn't be happy if it was a second yellow card, of course, and the team was down to 10.
The gesture of Demarai when he scored was fantastic and it was the emotion without thinking,
said Puel. He was happy for his chairman.