Q & A with Keagan Dolly after PSG league game

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Goal caught up with South African star player Keagan Dolly, moments after Montpellier lost 2-0 to PSG. Dolly came on in the 60th minute of the game

Goal: How do you feel you're progressing in France so far and how much of a challenge was it against PSG?

Dolly: Obviously, this being my first year in Ligue 1 and to play against PSG is something new and something I can learn from.

You know, learning from the big name players they have, we can grow as a team and as individuals.

As a South African player new in France, how do you think you are adapting in Ligue 1?

Dolly: I think in the first few games it hasn't been easy but once I started playing more, I started getting my confidence and I started to get used to everything.

I think I settled in quite well.

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What about getting used to your teammates at Montpellier?

Dolly: Yeah, you know, I think it's getting better by the day. It just took time for me to start understanding the whole culture and language but now I'm picking up a few words.

Things are much easier than when I first came here. 

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