CF Montreal head coach Wilfried Nancy sees the glass half full. Despite his players taking a two-goal lead on the Nashville SC turf, the coach sees several positive points in the 2-2 draw.
See his post-match comments in the video above.
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“I am very proud of the team. I am resilient. We were in the corner, he reiterated. Yes, we have a two-goal lead, but the illustration of the match is that if we start stepping back and get close to our box, we know it will be difficult.
“The players did not give up the difficulty and we tried to come back. It was difficult. The attitude I really liked.
Nancy, however, seemed to be sending a message to her players.
“Secondly, I like to have a little more control with the ball. Easy to say, but Nashville put us under pressure. I like to have a little more control at times. We had the last 15 minutes and it was good, because it allowed us to breathe. We are defending. “
Nancy highlighted Clement Diop’s contribution, who blocked six of Nashville’s eight shots.
He said Top. In addition, he wounded himself. Half the time, I discussed with him whether he could continue. He suffered a leg injury.
“He allowed the team to stay in the game. He had a good game with a good mentality.
“He made some big savings. It allowed us to bring one thing back.”