Photo: Juan Carlos Cárdenas / EFE
After drawing zero in the field of Betis, The Italian coach of Real Madrid did not lower his arms and explained that it is still “possible” to fight to win LaLiga Santanderdespite the fact that after the result it was 9 points behind the leader, Barcelona.
In addition, the Italian highlighted that this option “It is not impossible; it is very difficult”, but they have “no doubt” that they will try “until the end”.
For the Madrid coach, the match against Betis was “difficult, because it could be done better, with more efficiency above”, and stressed after the game that his players they have “come out well from behind and between the lines”, but they “have lacked efficiency, one less cross, one less filtered ball…”.
He insisted on the lack that he sees in his team, the absence of a goal, indicating that “in the last three games” they have “scored a goal and set pieces”, so “it is quite evident what is missing”.
“We have to be more effective. Sometimes the rival team closes, but we have the quality and we have to do better. More efficiency and less dribbling, more forceful, you can shoot from the outside. It is an aspect that we have to improve ”, she asserted.
The Italian coach also highlighted that they have “lost speed in the transition” and that, if they recover the ball, “you have to put it up quickly, but we like to touch it a little more”, admitted.
“I think that It is clear the difficulties we have and we have to try to improver. Now we have a week of work and we have to improve these aspects. The match has been open, we thought that more damage could be generated in transition. I think more damage could be done when the game was open and we haven’t done it”, he lamented.
You may also like
–Erling Haaland’s agent says that Real Madrid “is the dream” of the players but they prefer the Premier League
–Real Madrid will premiere a documentary on the road to the fourteenth Champions League in its history
–Real Madrid used the legendary narration of ‘El Perro Bermúdez’ to remember Karim Benzema’s goal against Liverpool