HEADLINE: We have nothing to lose - Delannoy
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Ahead of her side's first ever UEFA Champions League final, Paris Saint-Germain captain Sabrina Delannoy is relishing the showpiece against Frankfurt despite admitting they are outsiders.
Having never been beyond the round of 16 before, Delannoy believes PSG can play with the same freedom they have adopted on their march to the final in Berlin.
The Parisiens run to the final has included knocking out Lyon and VfL Wolfsburg, who have won the last four editions between them.
Three-time winners Frankfurt will be appearing in a record sixth final.
Captain, Paris Saint-Germain
"When we had to play Lyon in the round of 16, I think everybody thought we would leave the competition. Against Wolfsburg, we were the challengers as well, and I think for this final we are the challengers again because of the Frankfurt's experience and record. It's the first year we go this far in the competition, being the outsiders was quite good for us until now. Tomorrow, I think we'll have nothing to lose, we got momentum, we played two very good games against Wolfsburg even though we lost at home. And the fact that we have nothing to lose, that we'll just enjoy this great event, it can be another strength for our team."
00:00 SOUNDBITE (French) Sabrina Delannoy
00:56 Various GVs of PSG training
03:30 GVs of PSG coach Farid Benstiti
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