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Jan Oblak was the hero of Atlético de Madrid in the victory of the mattress team in ‘Do Dragao’. The Slovenian appreciated the meeting, in words in MoviStar.

MATCH

“It was an incredible night, with incredible football. A very tense match, very difficult for both teams. Very happy for the victory, for the team, for the fans that have come to support us and the fans that are in front of the TV. I’m sure not many believed in us at the moment. But in games like this, the team, the group and that we have a strong group that can do more than what we are doing is shown.

LIMIT OF THE CAPACITY TO SUFFER

“I hope there is no limit. I do not see it. If you have to suffer, you have to suffer. Until when you put up with this suffering, things can be done better. I wish we could suffer less. We all want that. Not only the players or the coaching staff, but also the fans, but it is football. It is not always easy, there are complicated moments. On Saturday we lost, today we won and on Sunday another game awaits us. This is how it is day by day. You have to keep your head up when you lose and improve, and be calm when you win because you haven’t done anything… if you lose the next game you haven’t done anything ”.

BEST VERSION AGAINST THE STRINGS

“Sure. Since I’ve been here, we bring out the good when necessary. I hope there were not difficult moments that you have to do much more, that things could be resolved sooner. But if you have to suffer, you have to suffer. This capacity to suffer says something good about our personality and our character ”.

LIBERATING MOMENT

“When things are not going well, when you are not winning, when results are not coming and you risk your life in almost every game and you are doing the best you can, it is difficult. You have to be strong. In the season you cannot always be well, but you have to survive and continue. In each game things change. When you win everything is fine ”.


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PORTO, PORTUGAL - DECEMBER 07: Antoine Griezmann of Atletico Madrid celebrates after scoring their side's first goal during the UEFA Champions League group B match between FC Porto and Atletico Madrid at Estadio do Dragao on December 07, 2021 in Porto, Portugal. (Photo by Octavio Passos/Getty Images)