Mbappe suggested Monaco's attacking tactics and their teamwork have been the decisive factors in the Ligue 1 leaders making it to the semi-finals of the Champions League for the first time since 2003-04, when they lost to Porto in the final.
Tuchel also admits his team simply did not play well enough against Monaco to merit progressing to the semi-finals.
The semifinal draw on Friday will include Monaco, Juventus, Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid.
"I think this question is something for our opponents now", the Portuguese coach said.
Monaco has come a long way since July 27 previous year - when it started in the qualifying rounds with a trip to Istanbul.
"France isn't used to having teams reach this stage of the competition".
FC's Raf Honigstein says that Borussia Dortmund's Champions League defeats were tainted by the attack on the team bus.
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Marco Reus scored in the 48 minute to cut the lead but 2-1 became 3-1 when Valere Germain netted in the 81 minute to nearly complete a famous victory for the French team. "Because our DNA is to attack and to always try and score".
Borussia Dortmund manager Thomas Tuchel: "We've got this out of our system now and we're more stable emotionally. Maybe we'll need to score tomorrow to go through".
Tuchel said the incident evoked bad memories of last Tuesday's bus attack in Germany, when three explosions went off as the bus headed to the stadium for the home leg.
Dortmund said on its Twitter feed that the bus had been held up by police at their hotel for 20 minutes.
"We wanted to leave at 7:15 p.m". We're ready and focused.
The Borussia Dortmund players have had to overcome a very hard situation this past week, but they would have been eager to get back to their best and make an impact in the away leg.
The visitors suffered a blow after 30 minutes when Erik Durm picked up a knock, although he was replaced by Ousmane Dembele, who scored in the first leg.
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Burki made a mistake for the second goal, and he admitted he should have done more to force Benjamin Mendy's effort away.
"In the first leg it was impossible to be at a normal level, in terms of concentration".
And their cause was not helped by two Monaco goals inside 17 minutes, Kylian Mbappe - who scored twice at Signal Iduna Park - pouncing on Roman Burki's poor parry and Radamel Falcao heading in a second.
That forced the match at the Stade Louis II to kick off five minutes later than planned. The lead by 3-2 from the first leg but they will know that their opponents are still very unsafe on the break and have a lot of good players in their side.
After the drama of last week's attack, this was a welcome return to euphoric, attacking football that was a joy to watch from start to finish.
"At this level you can not set limits for your players".
There was a high security presence near Monaco's stadium on Wednesday, with armed police - some with automatic rifles - patrolling the vicinity.
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Docenas de vehículos de los servicios de emergencia fueron enviados a la zona, sobre la cual sobrevolaba un helicóptero. De acuerdo con medios locales, un atacante murió abatido y otro habría escapado.
Falcao lofted a shot narrowly over after breaking down the right in the 65th and Mbappe had a low shot saved moments later from a similar position.