Iraola: "It costs us to add every point"


Andoni Iraola, coach of Rayo Vallecano, appreciated the draw against Valencia, which brought them a little closer to the goal of permanence, although he admitted that his team, after twelve days of the league without celebrating victory, was “It’s expensive to add every point“.

Rayo drew in Vallecas against Valencia, in a match in which his team had to overcome Carlos Soler’s initial goal.

“The truth is that it costs us to add every point, but If the team persists in this dynamic of intensity and if you believe, the prize will come soon. The team wants to achieve the objective and if one by one it will be so, because on the day we win we will probably almost achieve the objective, although. we can do nothing but insist and want “Iraola said at a press conference.

“Now we have more chances than Valencia, their goalkeeper stops more, the game was more towards us than theirs, but the first of them, with a rebound, went inside. We have to stay true to the reality of seeing a live team and trust it. I am calm in what I see of the players and soon the prize will come, “he said.

“The players on the field feel that they are out of reach, that we are better than the rivals, and In Vallecas we have to respect ourselves. Now there’s a lot at stake, Valencia is a very strong rival, they have very fast players, and if you leave them space to throw them, we will suffer, ”he said.

Now every game passed is more important than the first and more when you are against a team under you ”, confessed the Basque coach, who had to watch the game from the stands while he was suspended.

“Your lifestyle is different. You can have a calmer outlook, look at a few things, but it’s hard to make adjustments. I’m confident it will touch me a lot of times next time,” he concludes.

Source: La Verdad


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