Shortly after the final whistle, Palmeiras fans shouted “Team without shame” at Palmeiras, who lost 4-2 to Bragantino tonight (9). With the ball rolling, the shouts from the stands were encouraging, but the setback on their home ground frustrated 8,884 players, in the first match for Allianz Park after the start of the epidemic. Midfielder Rafael Vega, who scored the home team’s second goal, spoke of the protest.
“I think fans are completely free to support and criticize, as long as it’s respectful. We’re not at our best, we haven’t done what we’ve already shown. They know it, but only with work and dedication that we’ll get out of this situation. We have a very important match in a matter of days. We are few and we cannot allow external factors to affect us on the field. We play from the inside out,” he said at the premiere while off.
After that, the midfielder emphasized that the whole team needed to improve. “It’s a matter of the moment, we’ve already played good games and we’re paying for it. It’s not intended, for us to go on the field to do that. On the contrary, everyone, when they go in, wants to play well. Whoever gives 100%, should I give 120. Like I said, we have important matches and this is the only way we will get out of this situation.”
When analyzing Verdau’s defensive errors, the player emphasized that the attack also needs to be more effective in the opportunities it creates. “It’s hard to talk about lack of attention, it’s subtle moves. Everyone comes in to do their best, and no one comes in trying to fail. Really, there are things that you can’t commit to, that lead to goals. We also have to be more decisive. In the future, When you arrive,” he thought.
The result kept Verdau in third place in the tournament with 39 points. The team returns to this field (12), at 9:30 p.m. The competitor in Round 26 will be Bahia at Arena Fonte Nova.
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