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Boca, the ups and downs, and Martínez’s sentence: “It was our worst game”

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Boca, the ups and downs, and Martínez’s sentence: “It was our worst game”

«It was our worst game so far. And when you play badly, if you lose, that’s fine.” Diego Martínez did not make excuses, He showed a lot of concern and knows that Boca took several steps back in Santa Fe, after the defeat against Unión. The team was never able to get among the top four in zone A and, with five dates to go, the numbers do not close. Given this, The duel against Racing (Sunday at 9:30 p.m.) in La Bombonera will be vital.

«The first half was played very close to our goal and the second half was a more even game, which was going to be defined by how it was defined, with a stopped ball. Beyond a slight improvement in the second half, we didn’t like the game.”added Martínez, who never found a way back into the game. Neither with the starting eleven that he chose, nor with the changes that he made in the complement.

“Everything is learning”

The Boca coach continued with the analysis and said that “the game was on a plateau, there were no risk situations and We had to be attentive to the final details but we are tired. We lacked freshness and everything is learning«.

Xeneize took a false step and after the reaction against Belgrano, with Edinson Cavani’s great night, they went down again. And if the coach called it the “worst game”, it is clear that the level is close to hitting rock bottom.

He is sixth and can finish eighth

With 13 points, Xeneize is sixth in the standings of zone B of the League Cupbut date 9 is not over yet and Two teams can pass their line: Newell’s (13), if they defeat or tie with Tigre in the Coloso Marcelo Bielsa, and Defensa y Justicia (12), if they beat Belgrano in Córdoba.

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The duel with Racing is direct because the Academy is fifth with 14, while The top quartet, which today has a ticket in hand for the quarterfinals, is made up of Godoy Cruz (19), Estudiantes (18), Lanús (16) and Unión (15). Another fact: Tomba and Granate can stretch the difference even further in the duels on the ninth date. Without a doubt, a very complicated scenario for Boca de Martínez.

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