América de Cali showed its best side so far this semester this Saturday in Boyacá Chicó’s monumental defeat at Pascual Guerrero. This puts the Scarlet team at the top in the absence of Águilas Doradas this Sunday.
Well, after the game, the coach of the “Red Devils”, Lucas González, gave his assessment of the game and also referred to some of the current issues affecting his team.
“We played a very good game, the team is close to what we want, but we have to maintain this level in the next games,” he commented in a dialogue with Win Sports.
He also highlighted the work of Jorge Soto in the American goal: “It’s good to have six unbeaten goals, it’s a mistake that we were able to correct and I’m happy with the great performance of the players.”
In addition, he spoke about the youth players who have stood out in recent games: “That’s one of the reasons why they’re bringing us, because we know grassroots football, to try to get them into first grade and now the challenge is that. “consolidate. The youth team have done a phenomenal job and now we need to develop these young people in the league.”
On the other hand, given the changed situation, he spoke about his feelings when questioned by fans: “We felt that a process that only lasted seven weeks was coming to an end, but the support of the group at the time did it. “ was the key. “I didn’t know what would happen in the future, but the behavior of the players was exemplary in the event that the process was completed, but fortunately the results are now presented to us.”
Finally, he spoke about the game against Águilas, his former team: “It’s a game that excites us, especially the coaching staff.” We have a good relationship with the players. It will be a difficult game because they are strong at home.”