Former Barcelona assistance coach feels that which team will collect the three points on todays game will have an advantage in the title race.
In the round of four fixtures the Bengaluru FC will play their match against the East Bengal FC,and the spaniard coach of Bengaluru FC believes that it is too early to play against a team like EAST BENGAL FC.
He added: “After three wins, we find East Bengal who are one of our rivals in the league. In the last three or four years, East Bengal, Mohun Bagan and ourselves have been fighting for the title. So we will try to do our best to win.
“We have analysed their games and we will try to face them in a better circumstance. Even if we know them, it will be difficult to face them. They play at home and on an artificial turf. Perhaps it is a little bit of an advantage for them are used to play there. We will try to adapt as soon as possible into the game,”.
Questioned asked to the Bengaluru FC coach that a win on Sunday will give a huge advantage to the East Bengal side he replied-
“It's just the fourth game of the season and this battle comes really early but we have to understand that it's a good advantage for the team who wins,”
The 54 year old coach believes that the Red and Golds have many talented lad in their squad,
He opined: “East Bengal are a compact team. They have skillful foreigners. Even if they haven't shown a high performance yet, they have enough quality in their side. We have to pay attention to them,”
The young indian player Chekiyot Vineeth is in fine form he has scored a hat trick in his last match against the Mumbai City FC.
Bengaluru FC coach said: “Vineeth is a good player. We saw him in the last part of the AFC Cup competition and also in the Indian Super League (ISL). He can score and it is really good to see that an Indian player can do the job in a position that most teams play foreigners. I will not change him if he keeps scoring,”
Under Ashley Westwood the Bengaluru Fc won their both matches against East Bengal FC in the previous season.
He elucidated: “I can understand that he (Ashley Westwood) did a good job and I will try to do the same, but there is a good organisation behind the performance which helps the coaches to be in that line. It is the players who are the real stars,”