Bayern Munich coach Hansi Flick rued his team's missed chances in their 3-2 quarter-final first-leg loss to Paris St Germain last night but was happy with the way they played.
It was holders Bayern's first defeat in the Champions League for over two years and their first home defeat in all competitions since November, 2019.
"Obviously, our opponents scored three goals from their few chances and we scored too few but the way we played was impressive," Flick said. "We could have gotten a good result but we were not efficient enough.
"I do not like to lose but I am satisfied with how we played. The team fought on the pitch for the entire 90 minutes."
Bayern battled back from a two-goal deficit to level through Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting and Thomas Muller before PSG's Kylian Mbappe scored his second goal in the 68th minute to steer the French side to victory.
The Bavarians, however, completely dominated for long stretches of the game, missed a bagful of chances and had a staggering 31 attempts on goal to PSG's six as well as a 15-1 advantage in corners.
"Unfortunately, we were not as decisive in front of goal as we normally are," Flick said.
The coach, who suffered his first ever Champions League loss, could be without injured Niklas Suele and Leon Goretzka, who were both taken off in the first half, for the second leg.
"Both Leon and Niklas have muscle injuries. It is not clear how long they will be out. The squad becomes smaller but we still need to make the best of it," he said.
"We need to be at 100% on Tuesday and decide this difficult game in our favour."
PSG had to survive intense late pressure from Bayern, with David Alaba and Muller going agonisingly close for the hosts, but hung on for victory ahead of next week's return leg in Paris.
"We should have scored far more goals," Muller said. "Of course, we can talk about conceding goals but if you win 6-3 or 5-3 then no one can complain."
"If we had shown the killer instinct that characterises us then it would have been a different game. We only have ourselves to blame and now have to play catch-up."
"I am happy with the result and the attitude of the team, who found themselves in difficult situations against the best side in Europe," PSG coach Mauricio Pochettino said.
"We need to congratulate the players for their sacrifice and we want to repeat this kind of performance.
"Ninety more minutes to play. It is a good result but the return leg will be difficult. We know that."
Double-goalscorer Mbappe hailed the togetherness of last year's beaten finalists.
"It was a difficult game against the best team in Europe right now," said the 22-year-old. "But it is just the first game.(Next week) we have to play with confidence and play again like a team.
"It was a superb team performance above all and I benefited from that. We suffered, but we suffered as a team."
Mbappe added that he had relished the chance to test himself against one of the world's top goalkeepers.
"I love to play against the best player in the world and Manuel Neuer is one of the best keepers in the history of the game," he said. "I don't have any pressure."
"We played in the final against him (last year) and didn't score but now I scored two goals.
"I will play one (more) time against him so I hope to score again."