Claudio Ranieri warns that Cagliari can not all the time want a slap within the face to get up and mount a comeback after their 2-1 defeat to Torino. ‘We make inexplicable errors.’
The Sardinians had been 2-0 down by half-time on house turf to objectives from Duvan Zapata and Samuele Ricci, whereas the great Nicolas Viola roller was too little, too late.
Chatting with Sky Sport Italia, Ranieri was requested if this poor begin was additionally because of the ambiance within the Unipol Domus stadium, the place emotional tribute had been paid to membership icon Gigi Riva earlier than kick-off.
“The lads had been affected by that, however that doesn’t take away from the actual fact we frequently find yourself in video games like this,” stated the coach.
“Towards Bologna too, we wanted to concede a aim earlier than we really began taking part in the best way we are able to. This crew has an amazing spirit, we reacted and tried every part we might to equalise. I thank them for by no means giving up, you may’t all the time full the comeback.”
Polish defender Mateusz Wieteska had a little bit of a nightmare, making errors on each objectives and virtually scoring an personal aim too, whereas Duvan Zapata appeared to bully defenders off the ball far too simply.
“Sadly, these are congenital points and we try to work on them. We should work on them if we need to stay in Serie A, as a result of too usually we make errors in defence which might be simply inexplicable.
“They’ve the spirit to by no means quit and we’ll battle to the tip, however while you make a mistake in Serie A, you pay for it.”