Gerard Nus – I am very proud of the team for their fighting spirit

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The match between Kerala Blasters FC vs Northeast United FC was fascinating as one of the penalty taken by Kwesi Appiah of Northeast was missed and the match resulted in the draw sharing one point each. In a post-match press conference, Northeast United FC head-coach shared his thoughts on the match.

Speaking about the decision taken on a penalty given to both sides, Nus said, “Penalty is always part of the game. In view of a penalty conceded, I haven’t gone through it very closely, so will review and improve ourselves. After missing the penalty Kwesi Appiah apologised, but it’s a game of football and it happens usually.”

Talking about the performance of Northeast United FC, Nus said, “We showed today that we are the team that can adapt to the situation. Team dares to come back even if we trailed by the goals. We had most of the possession and also many chances than Kerala Blasters. There were many nail-biting moments in the game, so you can understand how well our boys played”

Speaking about the opponents Kerala Blasters, Nus said, “Kerala Blasters were the really good side to face, as they have fantastic players. Unfortunately, we conceded two goals but later recovered it. I appreciate them for the set-piece work they have done for the first goal.”

“Our next game is against FC Goa and we are looking forward to it to play a more attractive style of football, hoping for the positive result”, Nus added at last.

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