Jan Oblak, Atlético de Madrid goalkeeper, said this Wednesday, after the 0-0 with Porto in the Champions LeagueThat, “fortunately”, there is VAR and Taremi’s hand was pointed out, which meant the 0-1 later invalidated by the referee, and remarked that his team has to “do more” to win these types of matches.
“Porto has been very good, we didn’t have much space and a bit of creativity was lacking. We haven’t had many chances. It’s always going to be tough with teams that close up and play counter-attack. We have to do more to win these games.” , explained in ‘Movistar’ at the end of the meeting.
“It is clear that we were looking for victory. Things did not go the way we wanted. Porto have played well, defending well, they have been dangerous on the counterattack … I think we handled the game quite well until the moment they scored. Luckily, it was hand. We have to keep going. There are many games left and games like today are going to await us, “said the Slovenian goalkeeper.
And he spoke of the disallowed goal against Porto: “Right away, when it happened, it seemed a little strange to me that the ball bounced off his body like this. Fortunately, there is VAR and they have whistled for the hand. Our mistake almost scored us. The whole game didn’t have any chance, but you have to be attentive to everything so that there are no scares like this. “