It was a frustrating evening for the Devils in Wembley. Instead of 0-2 and 0-3 it became 1-1 after a light penalty kick. But in the second half, Martinez’s poulains performed poorly. Not a man overboard, although the Spanish national coach of Belgium showed himself critical.
“We played very well in the first half”, Martinez said at the press conference, which was organized via Zoom. “The penalty against was a downer. And our second half was weak, I found that disappointing.”
“Okay, we were against the game conditions with that slight penalty and the deviated ball from Mount, but we weren’t ourselves in the second half. We need these kind of games to get better. Maybe a defeat isn’t that bad for progression. because in the end we have one goal: to be successful at a big tournament. “
Remarkable: no VAR in the Nations League. Something that makes many people’s eyebrows frown. Martinez also had his say about it. “It’s hard without VAR. It’s just part of modern football. Was it a penalty or not on Henderson? How much does Castagne obstruct Pickford’s view with Carrasco’s shot? It’s all very difficult to estimate without judging. view images, “concluded Martinez.
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