Sampaoli: “In the first half, the opponent dictated the game”

Facing the press, Jorge Sampaoli expressed his disappointment after Feyenoord-Om (3-2). For the Argentine, the meeting could leave traces, while it was especially intense.

Facing the media, Jorge Sampaoli admitted that Feyenoord managed to impose football in the first half: “We were pressured for the first time by a team that always insists from this point of view. We were not surprised, but we were still harassed by Feyenoord, and without the really opposing team. In the first period, the match was dictated by the opponent, it was what he wanted. In the second, my team took back control, without being able to tie in this match, which was determined on the basis of an unjustified foul, immediately after the break.”It is to explain.

‘Extreme physical wear and tear for both teams’

The OM coach also commented on Duje Caleta-Car’s fatal error in defense: “I think there’s a whole bunch of factors. The context, the salt, a lot of subtle situations…but in this kind of competition, you’re not allowed to go wrong. It was hard to develop our game” That led to frustration, and then we made mistakes. It’s a real learning curve ahead and back. “

In general, it is believed that the Olympians were shaken in the first half and were able to react in the second: “I think in the first half, it was unfavorable, all these feelings … We played as the opponents wanted. In the second, we controlled the actions, we played better in the opposing camp. We had a few chances to equalise. We will have to play with these. The way is in the flodrum to subdue the opponent, otherwise our possibilities will be limited.”

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Jorge Sampaoli finally thinks the match will leave traces: “Yes, because it was a very competitive match, and we are playing a very important match again on Sunday (against OL). We continue to take revenge on Feyenoord… I am convinced that it was a great physical match and the meeting was very intense for both teams.”

OM should very quickly refocus on the scheduled game against OL on Sunday night. It could be decisive in qualifying for the Champions League.

By FootMarseille on Fri 29 Apr 2022 08:14 – 982 readings.

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