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For the Argentine winger, Celta has to “improve and continue working”, although he highlighted the importance of the point scored at the Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán

Celta de Vigo's Argentinian midfielder Franco Cervi, celebrates the first goal against Sevilla

Celta de Vigo’s Argentinian midfielder Franco Cervi (d), celebrates the first goal against Sevilla

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Celta’s Argentine winger Franco Cervi assured this Saturday, after the tie in the field of Sevilla (2-2), that his team could have “won” the match, “but, due to details”, they lost “the advantage” of 0-2 with which they went into the break. “With the push of their people, they began to arrive, but in the end we took a point,” Cervi valued in statements to Movistar +.

For the Argentine winger, the Celtic has to “improve and continue working”, although he highlighted the importance of the point added in the Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan. “It’s a complicated field. We were 0-2. Now we have to come back strong after the break. A bitter taste remains because we could have achieved the three points”, insisted the player from Celtic.

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