Regrets at Platense: “We expect two goals to work”

Despite leveling the scores, they lost by two goals Platens As if that wasn’t enough, Concacaf gave the Greens of Belizean Soccer a ticket to the league’s quarterfinals. Led by Eric Towson, Prado bemoaned the lack of reaction left in Cazadlan without qualifying.

After the match, Colombian John Machado insisted that “two goals were needed for them to react” and bemoaned the team’s lack of punch, which hurt Cusco.

“We were waiting for them to score two goals for us to react. That’s football, we gave everything to the end,” Machado said. He added, “It was an experience. It was a good match, we didn’t get things, it wasn’t the way we wanted,” commented the attacker who paved the way for Virolinos draw, adding that it wasn’t enough.

Platense prepared this campaign with the hope of shining and competing in international competition after decades outside the international arena. Eric Towson Prado and the arrival of experienced coaches, in addition to recent signings, have helped the team to hit the ground running and advance to the next round of a tournament in which they now face Alianza. Greens FC’s next challenger.

Machado concluded that “things didn’t work out or the results didn’t turn out the way we wanted.” Plattens ended its season in the CONCACAF league with two draws, and were eliminated from the regional competition on goal difference. Now is the time to think about the local rivalries waiting to resume.


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