We fought for this win: Mumbai City FC coach
An elated Mumbai City head coach Alexandre Guimaraes said his team showed a completely different face during their 2-1 win against FC Goa in their second game of the Indian Super League here on Saturday
An elated Mumbai City head coach Alexandre Guimaraes said his team showed a completely different face during their 2-1 win against FC Goa in their second game of the Indian Super League here on Saturday."I think we showed a totally different face of what Mumbai City FC can be. We fought very hard to get this win and the game was a tough one," said Guimaraes.Riding on the brilliance of two Brazilian players — Everton Santos and Thiago Dos Santos, Mumbai City FC registered their first win of the season after they lost their opening game against Bengaluru FC.
"This is the type of game ISL needs for promotion of football here. I am proud of my players because they never lose faith. "It is hard to take a draw in the last minute, but they got up and fought for a chance [to win] and we got it. I am satisfied with the team's performance," the Costa Rican said after Saturday's match. According to the coach, the hosts were more aggressive in the second half. "[In the] second half, we were more close to each other. In the first half, when we tried to go in front we were not synchronised. The team improved [in the break]. We told the players we still have 45 minutes to go for it [win] and be more aggressive and they did it," Guimaraes said.
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