Ajax-trainer Bosz frustrated by disallowed goal and the result in Poland
Coach Peter Bosz of Ajax could Thursday night in Poland did not have peace with the doelpuntloze a draw in the first match against Legia Warsaw (0-0) in the Europa League.
“We had here with a better result have to leave,” said Bosz at RTL7. “The better football came from us. We wanted to win, to attack and put pressure. Then baal you as if it is 0-0.”
According to Bosz played Ajax in Warsaw, not at the top level. “We can do better. The bad field worked, however. This was our buildup is too slow.”
That the Spanish arbitration failed to Ajax in the eighth minute a goal to know after a shot of Davy Klaassen, sat Bosz pretty straight.
“We were soon on the bank to hear that he it was, the ball was clearly over the line,” said Bosz on the site of Ajax. “The fifth or sixth man behind the goal, it will be very cold, that he has seen.”
According to the trainer had the people of Amsterdam still plenty of other opportunities to put the important uitgoal. “Especially in the first half we had to score, but that have after failed. I find that we ourselves lack.”
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Leaf lived with the young European debutant Justin Kluivert, who, after the second yellow card for Kenny Tete as a substitute quickly had to make room for defender Heiko Westermann.
“That is not fun, for me as a trainer and the player certainly not. But the result counts and I had to think about it. This is part of it in professional football.”
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