Lutsescu: “PAOK played football and Panathinaikos played anti-football”


Razvan Lutsescu described Panathinaikos as lucky for the goal he scored and organized in defense, after the great victory of PAOK in Toumba, emphasizing that Ivan Jovanovic’s team was playing anti-football. At the same time, he pointed out that the “black and whites” can not create “100 opportunities” in each match, while he stressed that the score is more important than the psychological part for his team from this result.

Details of what he said on Nova’s camera:

“We did not have two images, just in the first half the team that was defending had more freshness, the image is simple, one team played football and the other anti-football. I really do not know what you expect from us in every game, to score 100 goals?

We played against an organized opponent, he was lucky with the goal he scored. It was difficult to organize against a team with a clear style of play. We managed to score two goals in the end and get an important victory for us.

We worked better in the second half because we played with pure football time and without so many breaks. In any case, we faced a team that is better at exerting high pressure. We knew that if we could find a way to bring the ball up, we would break that pressure. “For us, the most important thing is to win at the moment and that is what we achieved today.”

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Source: Sport-fm

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