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Sergio Conceicao: Porto is “close to perfection” but victory has a “bitter taste”

Sergio Conceicao: Porto is “close to perfection” but victory has a “bitter taste”

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The Dragons coach said the match was almost perfect. Roger Schmidt praised a “fresh” and “insightful” Porto team that took advantage of every opportunity.

After Porto's victory over Benfica, the Reds coach took responsibility for the defeat. The dragon trainer said the game was almost perfect, but it still tasted bitter.

“We came close to perfection. It was a very good match, at a high level. I am very happy with this impressive win. At the same time, there is a bitter aftertaste because we have a big difference in terms of detail and the difference in quality is not that big,” said Sergio Conceição.

Roger Schmidt praised a “fresh” and “insightful” Porto team that took advantage of every opportunity. With regard to the provision of the incarnate, He admitted he was “not up to the task.” And bear responsibility for the defeat.

“It was disastrous for us,” he said.

Hey Porto beat Benfica on Sunday 5-0, six points ahead of the Reds Lost first place to Sporting.

The Dragon team, which was prohibited from giving up points on pain of bidding farewell to the possibility of competing for the title, took the lead in the 20th minute through Galeno, who scored two goals in the 44th minute, and achieved the victory by two goals to one. Wendell (55), Pepe (75) and Dani Namasu (90), against a Benfica team unable to respond.

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