It was the second game in the series in which the home team had a better defensive record than the visitors.
It was a close game in which they had two goals to spare, but it was still a solid win for the visitors who were hoping to improve on their previous away win.
It didn’t matter though, as the home side looked a lot more comfortable on the field in the first half.
A few of the goals came from corners and through balls, but the majority of the shots were clear, and it was a real test for the opposition.
“We knew that the first goal we had was a goal, so it was clear that we had a bit of a deficit,” said defender Bruno Fernandes.
“I think they scored one more goal but we didn’t play well.
The visitors took the lead when the ball bounced around the box and a pass from defender Antonio Calabria found him, but he failed to connect with a low shot. “
The first goal was a nice moment for us and we deserved it.”
The visitors took the lead when the ball bounced around the box and a pass from defender Antonio Calabria found him, but he failed to connect with a low shot.
It meant the visitors took control of the game for a few minutes, but once again they were unable to take the game to the home fans.
“They scored two more goals but it didn’t mean anything.
The fans were always there for us,” said striker Mario Santon, who scored a late goal to secure a 4-2 win.
“A lot of people want us to be the best, but we have to show our strength and our work, which is why we won the game.”
We can only continue our work on the pitch and improve the quality of the team.