MADRID, Jan. 26 (SportsFinding) –

The coach of CD Leganés, Javier Aguirre, has assured that his team was “competitive” this Sunday against Atlético de Madrid in the Wanda Metropolitano (0-0) and has lamented the “rather ugly” resolution of the match, with anger among the players, in addition to stating that Diego Pablo Simeone is “above all” and that he should not be “judged” despite the latest bad results.

“He has given everything. Titles, 'Champions', quarry, money … There is a before and after Simeone. We cannot judge him for two bad results,” he told a news conference. “It is above all, it is an example to follow. It takes seven years, it is very fucking to be so many years in a club. They are transitions,” he added.

The 'Basque', athletic coach between 2006 and 2009, described his sensation as “magnificent” in the reunion with which his hobby was, and highlighted the great role of his squad this Sunday. “The team was competitive, we tried with our limitations to make a complete match. It was complicated,” he said. “In the last five minutes we could lose,” he continued.

In addition, he explained why he did not bet from the beginning by bringing together Braithwaite and Guido Carrillo. “I couldn't put the two of them, because if something happened to someone, I got in trouble,” he said, before talking about the possibility of signing another striker after Youssef En-Nesyri's march to Seville. “It's not easy. They ask you a lot, you have 20 kilos and the team is fighting in decline. I hope nobody else leaves. And if nobody comes, nothing happens, we have youth players,” he said.

On the other hand, the Mexican coach lamented the tension of the last minutes after the expulsion of the 'Pichu' Cuéllar. “He is double yellow for wasting time. Mateu was close and is a dialogue guy, considered yellow and there is nothing more to talk about,” he said, ensuring that the decision of who to put for the goalkeeper's expulsion and not having changes did not have it ” nor rehearsed in the pachangas. “

“That is too much. I pulled away, I didn't even know what to do. It was a pretty ugly thing. Both teams have needs and nerves come up. I do believe that it affects the game, which had been beautiful, competitive and disputed,” he concluded. The final tangana.