By CAPosts 11 August, 2020 - 08:02pm 141 views
Santos Laguna has had a complicated tournament start and will continue when facing America on Thursday (Photo: Screenshot/ Club Santos)
Santos Laguna has had a complicated tournament start and will continue when you face the America this Thursday. However, the coach Guillermo Almada trusts his players to beat the leader of the competition.
"It's going to be a tough game, but we're going to go out and play without fear and wanting to take all three points. We will try to limit them and trust our footballers," Uruguayan strata said at a press conference on Tuesday.
Almada acknowledged that the Eagles are a "powerful team" , although he noted that it motivates them more to face them. "Obviously re not going to know the history and the might of their players, but it has the same importance as the other teams," he said.
Almada praised his compatriot Federico Viñas, who has two goals in this tournament (Photo: EFE)
In addition, he praised his compatriot, Federico Viñas, who has two goals in this tournament and has earned the title in the draw of Miguel Herrera. "He's a great footballer and he's going through a great time. Nos we're going to have to mark it constantly", explained the coach Guerrero.
He also spoke about the case of Jorge Sánchez, who tested positive for COVID-19 on Tuesday. "We have to get used to this new physiognomy that we have to live every day. we have to get used to living with COVID," he said.
He mentioned that life cannot be stopped because of this disease, but the measures of the health authorities must continue. "We can't be locked in our house because we have to work, albeit always with health recommendations," he said.
About his team, the South American noted that he will have possible absences for this match. Ismael Govea, David Andrade, Bryan Garnica and Ronaldo Prieto are the footballers who are in doubt for Thursday's match.
Guillermo Almada noted that he will have possible absences for this match (Photo: Courtesy/ Club Santos)
"Since the first date we have not had our full potential for different circumstances," Almada said of the absences of his staff, although he did not ruled out that in the pre-match evaluation he could count on any of them.
He went on to have an approach similar to the one he proposed against Monterrey, where they drew 2-2 last weekend. "We are satisfied with the team's performance . There are many situations that left us very satisfied," Guillermo said.
However, he regretted that he was taken the three points with the last-minute goal of the youther Daniel Parra. "Hopefully at some point we'll have to win a game without taking credit. We deserved the win against Monterrey, but we were tied," he said.
He also noted that Julio Furch he will continue to kick the penalties, despite having ruled against the Stripes. "If he's fit, we'll continue to count on him. Is a good performer, but he is human and can err", the Uruguayan helmsman concluded.
Almada advanced that she will make an approach similar to the one she used against Monterrey (Photo: Courtesy/ Club Santos)
It is worth remembering that Santos and America will face each other in the middle of the week for the double day of the Liga MX. The match will be this Thursday at 21:00 hours (time of central Mexico) and will be televised by the network TUDN, in restricted signal.
In turn, the Warriors will receive the Atlas Foxes, where they will meet their former coach Diego Cocca. The meeting will be on Sunday 16 August at 19:06 hours (mexico central time) and the broadcast will be in charge of Fox Sports.
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