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Ruben Amorim: 'Penalti changed the game, we were worried' - Sporting

Ruben Amorim: ‘Penalti changed the game, we were worried’ – Sporting

The Sporting coach remains calm despite the defeat at home to SB Braga

On Sport TV after Sporting’s defeat against Braga (1-2), Ruben Amorim said that the penalty kick that gave Minho the equalizer was decisive for the outcome of the match.

“The penalty kick changed the game. In the first half we controlled the game, the more Sp. Braga advanced it was with a rebound. We could have scored more. In the second half, the penalty changed the match, we were worried. It happened., there are matches of this Like, is to keep going,” he began by telling Leonen’s coach in a Flash interview.

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Coates:

First home defeat

“It’s normal weight, it’s a defeat and that always has an impact but it’s part of the journey. We haven’t been through that yet but it’s part of it.”

Title to escape?

“We just want to win the next game, and play better. The results are the result of work.”


The penalty kick that allowed San Braga to equalize at Alvalade: Sporting players protested the decision
The penalty kick that allowed San Braga to equalize at Alvalade: Sporting players protested the decision

Frustrated with the Allianz Cup?

“You can gain more or less strength. For me, I am gaining more strength. I am starting my career.”

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“The game against Santa Clara was different from this one, in this match we gave everything. We had defensive flaws but we took a lot of risks. We can’t have those flaws, but that’s part of it.”

Applause from Sporting fans at the end

“We are very proud to represent this amazing club. Thank you so much for their support”

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