The Las Tunas are in the penultimate position of the general table in Liga MX and of the last seven games they have lost six
By Eduardo AlavezSeptember 21, 2020 Share on FacebookShare Share on TwitterTweet Share on WhatsAppShare
The colchoneros lost 1-2 to Monterrey this Sunday (Photo: Courtesy / Atlético de San Luis / Cesar Gomez / JAM MEDIA)
Atlético de San Luis failed to win against Monterrey at home and further complicated their qualification for the Liguilla. However, for coach Guillermo Vázquez , the Potosinos were better than the Monterrey players.
“ We had two distractions where we weren't intense when it came to defending and they took advantage . We know that if we let them receive in time, they would be able to do damage, “said the helmsman at a press conference.
The team made a good effort. I think we were better than the rival
Memo Vázquez insisted that his pupils had better times with the ball at their feet. However, he explained that they lacked to specify the play of the goal to equalize the cards and take even one point.
Guillermo Vázquez, at a press conference (Photo: Courtesy / Atlético de San Luis)
“I think the team wanted the ball, tried on one side and the other. Although we did not have a clear, the team insisted to seek a draw . Unfortunately we did not succeed ”, he lamented.
The strategist noted that injuries and casualties from COVID-19 were a determining factor for this match. “In all positions we lack people. We are very fair and any loss affects us, “he said.
“Fortunately, we got Nico (Ibáñez) and Felipe Gallegos back, which in all is good news. Hopefully those who are missing will be incorporated ”, indicated the boss of the bench of the mattress franchise.
Vázquez regretted the staff's limitations in the face of the coronavirus (Photo: Courtesy / Atlético de San Luis)
The Mexican acknowledged that his team has been irregular in the tournament, although he clarified that they have shown improvement. “We have made mistakes that have cost us goals and points , but lately the team has shown a different face,” he added.
The result has not accompanied us, but it will keep trying
Finally, Memo pointed out that Las Las Tunas will have a difficult closing, if they want one of the 12 places for the Liguilla. “We have no other choice . We are aware that we have left many points, but we want that in this final stretch we can recover as many as possible ” , he concluded.
Atlético de San Luis is in the penultimate position of the general table . Of the last seven games, six have been lost and could only overcome Necaxa , which is drowning at the bottom of the table.
Striped to think of the royal classic
Those of Mohamed arrive sweet to the classic regio with Tigres (Photo: Courtesy / Atlético de San Luis)
The Rayados had a long-suffering game, but they managed to win away from home. Despite the forms, coach Antonio Mohamed said he was satisfied with the victory, because on the next day they will face Tigres .
“The result is good. We needed to win. We are happy for the victory and now we have to rest . It's a good week to get to a good start on Saturday, ”said the Argentine strategist, minutes after Memo Vázquez.
The South American said that a victory is comforting, after the last three days where he barely added two points. “ This is going to give us a good week and we have to be strong on Saturday . We both arrived with the same points, so it's going to be a nice game, “he said.
Ventura Alvarado fights for the ball with Argentine Rogelio Funes Mori from Monterrey (Photo: Courtesy / Atlético de San Luis / Cesar Gomez / JAM MEDIA)
Regarding the expulsion of César Montes , he was not happy and does not know if they will seek to appeal the sanction in the Arbitration Commission. “ We will see what the directive decides , what the disciplinary decides. We have to occupy ourselves to rest ”, he explained.
“Whatever it has to be. If there is an argument to claim, whatever has to happen. It is already a very long story and if he is not there to play, we will put someone else, “said the Turk.
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