Oyarzabal He returned to the starting ‘eleven’ and played the 90 minutes. His face was a poem at the end of the match: “No, we’re not happy. It was a difficult game, in which they were better physically and on set pieces.” The captain is clear that now we must respond and win on December 9, Thursday, in the final against PSV Eindhoven: “We have to fight at home in 15 days to continue. We must win that match.”

It hurt the realists to fit those two goals in the first half: “The first is a transition and the second is a set piece. He is not badly defended,” he says. Oyarzabal. “Physically they are better than you and they beat you in the dispute, little can be done.”

Considers Oyarzabal that, in any case, “the second half weren’t bad at all.” The defeat saddens them, above all, for disappointing the 1,000 realistic fans who came to the Louis II: “It was a decisive game and we wanted to give victory to all these people who have come and encouraged us. The good thing is that in three days we will have another match. ”