Malsa: “We are going to Granada with the mentality of fighting and hopefully winning”

The midfielder of Raise Mickaël Malsa explained this Thursday that they face Sunday's game in Pomegranate aware that they are facing one of the fittest teams but convinced of their possibilities.

“The Pomegranate It is a team that is up in the rankings and that plays Europe too, but we have to take advantage of playing against such a team, a demanding team and we are going to go with the mentality that we always have: to fight and hopefully win, “said the Frenchman to the official club media.

Malsa confessed that they have had “difficult games” to start the season but indicated that they must “continue with the same mentality because right now the team is mentally well.”

The Levante player said his team did not have “good luck” against Celta de Vigo, a match in which the referee annulled a goal to Dani Gómez in the 92nd minute, and was delighted with his adaptation to the club and the city.

“Since the preseason and after the coronavirus now I feel very good with the help of my teammates and the coaching staff. Levante is a family club with good people and for me that is the most important thing,” he said.

In addition, Malsa stressed that for him “the most important thing is to work” and that each game “is a final”, whether he is in the starting eleven or if he starts the game on the bench.