“We came as a victim; the point tastes good”

The coach of Mallorca, the Mexican Javier Aguirreadmitted after the 0-0 achieved in the field of Sevilla that his team “came as a victim” to this match, especially after the thrashing conceded last day against Granada (2-6)but “showed his face” against a rival who “knew his dangerousness”, for which he said that “the point tastes good”.

Aguirre declared after the meeting in the Sanchez-Pizjuan that rearming morally “was not easy, after having been liquidated” on Saturday by 2-6, and stated that now “there are two finals that must be played with the same intensity as today, but with a better game”, in the fight of the group vermilion for permanence.

Regarding this equalizer in the Sevilla fiefdom, the coach of the Mallorca He recognized that “winning would have been unfair” and that “the tie is there”, since he assumed that victory “would have been too much of a prize”.

For the Mexican coach “these have been very hard days after 2-6”, in which “The nights have been long and fucked up” and added that “the good news was that there were three games left and we had to give another face”, which he has achieved thanks to the fact that “there is a good group”.

Javier Aguirre praised his goalkeeper Manolo Queenwho until this Wednesday had not made his debut under his command, because “sometimes you have to be unfair” and the Malaga goalkeeper “has been waiting and, judging by the result, he has done well; everyone, with their personality, contributes things and he lives it all with a lot of intensity”, he highlighted.

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