Thierry Henry
MONACO - NOVEMBER 06: Thierry Henry, Manager of Monaco applauds fans following his team's defeat in the the Group A match of the UEFA Champions League between AS Monaco and Club Brugge at Stade Louis II on November 6, 2018 in Monaco, Monaco. (Photo by Michael Steele/Getty Images)

AS Monaco coach Thierry Henry is happy with his side following the qualification to the semifinals after they beat Rennes.

Henry discussed via the club’s official website the state of mind of his team and added that there is still a lot of work to be done.

“It was difficult for both teams. Rennes had the opportunity to win and so did we. Loïc’s match was extraordinary and not just during the penalty session.

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“It’s been a long time since we had so few opportunities in a game. For a long time we couldn’t find players in the spaces and the opportunity to play between the lines. There have been crosses. What particularly pleased me tonight is the attitude of the players who have always tried to improve.

“We conceded a goal and we reacted. I liked it, and it’s very important. The fans saw a team who fought. It is always a satisfaction as a coach to see on the pitch what we have been working on in training.

“We will not give up. There has been work done, and work that remains to be done. “