Carlo Ancelotti said he would have jumped off a bridge if he was in charge of Paris Saint-Germain after their Champions League capitulation.
PSG squandered a first-leg lead as the French champions were sensationally eliminated on away goals by Manchester United in a dramatic last-16 tie on Wednesday.
Thomas Tuchel’s PSG led 2-0 following the trip to Old Trafford but were beaten 3-1 in Paris, where Marcus Rashford’s controversial 94th-minute penalty sent the Ligue 1 giants out.
Asked about PSG’s exit, Napoli head coach Ancelotti – who led the capital club to Ligue 1 glory in 2012-13 – was stunned following his team’s Europa League victory.
“It was incredible,” Italian boss Ancelotti said via Sky Sport Italia. “Incredible.
“If I had been on the PSG bench, I don’t know what I would’ve done. Probably find the closest bridge and jump off it.”