Last night Bengaluru Fc registers their first win of Indian Super League against Mumbai City FC. and Spanish coach of Bengaluru is happy about it.
Last night the newly joined Indian Super League team Bengaluru FC won their first ever match against Mumbai City FC the Sree Kanteerava stadium in Bengaluru. They put up 2 goals against the Mumbai side.
Last night in the post-match presentation the Spanish coach of Bengaluru Fc Alberto Roca express his gratification after they start their journey in Indian Super League with a win over Mumbai and he also downplayed the actuality that despite having more passion they wasted many scoring chances.
The Bengaluru Fc coach said: "I am just happy to win, believe me,"
"Big teams also fail to score sometimes. Real Madrid right now is also having problems to score.
"They had good defenders. Yes, it is just a question of creating more chances and taking advantage of that. Today was good but we have to work on this. We have good strikers, but what we want is a balance between defence and attack. We did that well today and because of that we won."
Last night Bengaluru Fc supports were gathered together at the Sree Kanteerava stadium to witness their team playing ISL first time and the coach terms the relationship between the club and the fans as a close one.
He stated: "It is very important for a club. It is great for a city to see that so many fans are coming today to support us. The first victory was important for them to come again. I think the relationship between supporters and our team is getting more and more close. Just hope that it will get better in the future,"
In AFC cup Bengaluru played four foreign players but in Indian super league they can add one additional foreigner to their team and that pleases that gaffer.
He elucidated: "I think I am quite happy with the inclusion of one more foreigner to my team. I am happy with their performance. In the training sessions also, they proved that they are ready. Everyone one of them wants to play. We have a lot of games in hand as we also participate in the AFC Cup. I would like to give them more minutes and build up a rhythm."