FC Goa were beaten 1 – 0 by Chennaiyin FC before their home fans at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Goa in Hero Indian Super League (ISL) 2017-18 on Thursday. Inigo Calderon’s objective secured each of the three focuses for the guests as the Gaurs were liable to some misfortune which kept them from scoring over and over. The win leaves Goa with just a single point to appear from their past four apparatuses, and addressing the media amid the post-coordinate public interview was their head mentor, Sergio Lobera.
The Spaniard shared his frustrated at the misfortune, demanding that the outcome was one that they didn’t merit. “I truly surmise that we merited significantly more. Today football has been unjustifiable with us. Indeed, even a week ago when we lost, I thought it was out of line. The group did all that they could to even out in the second half.”
He additionally included, “We had a ton of chances on objective, some unmistakable ones. Be that as it may, the ball did not go in. Be that as it may, I will recall the exertion of the group to in any case pursue the diversion in spite of being behind in the score-line.”
In the wake of grabbing only a point from a conceivable 12, the Gaurs’ odds of influencing the playoffs to have been scratched. In any case, Lobera stayed playful with respect to the same. “Clearly in spite of only a point in our last four recreations, regardless we keep on depending on ourselves,” the 41-year-old clarified. “We have five focuses not as much as Jamshedpur FC now, with a diversion close by. Also, we need to play against them too. In this way, till now despite everything we rely upon ourselves.”
Be that as it may, he was likewise careful about committing more errors and finished up by issuing a mobilizing cry to his players, “This is our last open door. We can’t commit any more errors. The four diversions that remain are four finals for us.”