Scaloni was calm despite the draw: "the ball is going to go in"

The coach of the Argentine national team, Lionel Scaloni did not look very concerned in the press conference after the 1-1 draw against Chile in the debut in the Copa América in Brazil, arguing that “goal situations are there, and sooner or later the ball it’s going to start coming in, so no problem. “

“The most important of all this is that we generate goal situations in all the games, and for that reason I trust that they will already enter. There is no problem,” he said after during the press conference.

In addition, he explained that “punctually in today’s game we had a mismatch that extended in the first 10 or 15 minutes of the second half when they tied us and then everything turned uphill, beyond some arrivals in the final.”

The coach pointed out that it is “evident that the team generated a lot, with several shots and arrivals, but you have to put it in and you couldn’t. But the feeling is good beyond the fact that we didn’t win.” “There were two specific plays in which the team was not well and later, from the rebound of a penalty, they tied us, but in that action our team was not badly stopped tactically when they arrived with that counter that ended in the penalty,” he added.

“But afterwards, having played well on this field of play in which one minute it was in a terrible state, and which is more for the practice of another sport than football, is very harmful, because players of this level need a good court “, he questioned.

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