Trinidad and Tobago coach Zoran Vranes
I'm happy with the result because we made history. It's the first time Trinidad and Tobago have won a point at the U-20 World Cup and it's even more of an achievement when you consider that we managed it against a better and more experienced team. My footballers played with a lot of heart and I'm very proud of them. I just hope they don't push them too hard because they could do a good job for the national team in the qualifiers for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
Paraguay coach Adrian Coria
We knew they were an organised side and that it was going to be a tough game, especially as they're a physical team. We were up to the challenge but unfortunately we couldn't come up with the final pass once again and we lacked the killer instinct. Our aim was to finish top of the group but we didn't manage it. That said, overall we've done well. We've gone through, which is the main thing, and we've given some players a rest and prevented others from picking up suspensions. It doesn't matter who we get now. At this level, everyone's pretty evenly matched.