Date: 2 weeks ago   Category: Football

The coach of Ajax - about opposition with Juventus: Still everything is possible


Eric Ten Hag celebrated a prepotent game of the team throughout almost all match. The head coach of Ajax Eric тен Hag commented on a draw in a home game 1/4 Champions Leagues against Juventus. The expert considers that his team well held a game, but recognized that he waited for other result. "It is clear that 1:1 is not that account into which you count in a home game, but, nevertheless, all this still good result. Last time we conceded in a home game 1:2, and then beat Real. Still everything is possible. We dominated the most part of a match, we quietly behaved, owning a ball and we had several excellent moments to hammer. Juventus quickly runs away in counterattacks therefore each mistake became the reason of a dangerous situation for us. And there was the first goal. In a break I told players that they continued to go forward, it was necessary to put pressure and to force the rival to be mistaken", - quotes тен Haga of Football Italia. Let's remind, the first match 1/4 Champions Leagues Ajax - Juventus came to the end in a draw. Watch also video of the heads and the review of a match Ajax - Juventus.

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