Cesar Montes apologizes to the fans after being sent off against the United States

Mexico prepares to play the third-place match in the CONCACAF Nations League, and Cesar Montes is out to show his face after what he endured in a duel against the United States.

In the mixed zone, the Espanyol defender apologized to the fans after he was sent off in a duel against North America.

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“I think the frustration made me direct it in the worst way and I apologize, firstly to my team-mates, for leaving my team-mates in this way. And to the fans as well. We are footballers and we get exposed to many things.”

On the other hand, Cachoro Montes stressed that they must put the defeat behind them and focus on the duel against Panama.

You have to take responsibility and face the truth of what happened. You have to leave behind what happened and resume as an experience what little there was. We can’t look back. We wanted to be in the final, but unfortunately it happened.”

Also, Cesar Montes dispelled doubts about some of the internal conflicts plaguing the Mexican national team after this debacle.

“We’re pulling together. It was a very tough game for the whole country. We had the duel. Now we have to focus on the next game, that we have something to fight for and after a great tournament. There’s no strife, just close ranks and see the mistakes we made in the game, The group is very good.”We have to turn the page,” he said.

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He finally confirmed that his desire was to meet the United States again to show that this defeat was not a reflection of the reality between the two teams.

“The difference is not that much. I hope to meet them again and show that the distance is short.”

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