San Luis Potosi: points to the face of any coach whose team lost two points in the last play.
But Pablo Guidi preferred to highlight the performance of the Zulus, despite the second goal of St. Louis, which decided the final match.
“I maintain everything positive the team did, and it was a lot. The forced changes affected our plans a little and I am proud of what the players have done, because this opponent is not easy,” said the coach.
At this point, Xolos remains the intraday leader with nine points ahead of the match in which he takes over the current champion, Lyon.
Guede expressed his regret for not maintaining the level of the first half during the match and acknowledged the quality of the equalizer when Felipe Gallegos hit a rebound “to place it near the post.”
“We had an excellent first half, we played and we reached and scored two goals away from home. It’s a giant move. I would like to play 90 minutes in the first half, but you can’t.”
In addition to the home game against La Fiera, Xolos made successive trips to Monterrey to visit Tigres and Rayados, in addition to receiving América and going to Pachuca.
“Five very complicated matches are coming to us, and they will require a lot of effort,” he predicted.