A source from Santa Clara told Lusa that AVS had filed a complaint against two players and a member of the technical staff from the Azzurri team.
In the press room, when asked what happened, the AVS coach warned that they must “figure out how to win.”
“I don’t know who started the match. I have no idea. It was difficult for us to lose, of course, but you have to know how to win. You have to know how to win. It’s appropriate. It’s part of a good education to know how to win,” said Jorge Costa. “.
The coach added that the emergence of AVS “has made an impact on a lot of people”, but stressed that the club is made up of “serious and committed people”.
He stressed, “Thinking is required from many aspects. We need to know how to win and we must respect those who lose, because those who lose are more weak. The lack of respect towards us affected me a lot.”
The Santa Clara coach stressed that he had “nothing against” the AVS and said that Jorge Costa’s statements were “heated.”
“It was a series of confusions. Obviously it’s not fun, but I can’t comment. But it’s not fun, after a match like this, a scene full of emotions and great quality of play,” said Vasco Matos.
He added: “We celebrated in a normal way with a goal in the 95th minute after a lot of work and creating many chances. We were clearly superior. It was a great injustice that Santa Clara did not win the match, perhaps so.” The explosion that came from within all of us.”
With the clashes now over, the stadium’s Public Security Police official sent any clarifications for later.
Santa Clara beat AVS 2-1, in the Azores, in the 10th round of the second division of football, thanks to two goals scored in the last half of the match.
The goals of the match were scored by Nene (in the 18th minute), Luis Rocha (83rd minute), and Rafael Martinez (90+5).
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