“It's a very cruel way to lose”

The slime trainer was saddened by the way the defeat came about. “It's a very cruel way to lose,” he lamented. “We have to stay with the previous 95 minutes, not just the last one, because we have been a competitive team that has played Betis face to face,” he said. “The fairest thing would have been a draw and have kept the door to zero,” he said.

He justified the collective error that cost the defeat by “the fatigue given the minute it was” and by “the high temperature”. “It is not an excuse, because we have to keep fighting like wild boars until the end,” he added.

“The team wants”

Asked about the best and worst of his squad, he was clear. “What I liked the least was that lack of concentration in the last breath, because after the great effort we must not allow ourselves to have a small mistake that in the end is big. On the positive side, there have been signs of identity such as commitment, attitude and love ”, he explained.

“We have shown that we can be a competitive team, that footballers want and that we are evolving,” he stressed.