Recognizing the mistakes shown in the first leg match, raising their heads and preparing for Sunday’s match is on Santiago Mosquera’s mind, and he wishes to apply the same for his teammates. The ambassadors’ striker dreams of qualifying for the final in Medellin, and he will give his best to make it happen.
Despite being subbed out for Arango in the 68th minute, he is aware that the coaching staff and his teammates are heading the same direction to reach the common goal; to make it into the final and become the champions of the Colombian League.
And now? What is next
“Millonarios tried many ways. We wanted the win. Unfortunately, the result did not happen the way we wanted to be. We must lift our heads, get some good rest and try to play a good game in Medellin.”
There is a fierce rival in front of the team
“Atletico Nacional will play intelligently throughout the match as they did here. We had the chance to gain an advantage, but it did not happen. Now with intelligence, we will try to play a good game over there.”
The union and commitment of the team
“We know that any player on the roster can play their best and for the good of the team. Arango came on and played correctly. As a player, you never want to leave the game, but the manager’s idea is to win the game. He wanted the team to continue attacking, and as a player, you have to support it because you know that your teammates will play the best they can for the team.”
The hope is still alive
“It’s going to be an intelligent and tactical match. We will wait for the chances to create plays and make a difference.”
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