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Cassio admits the failure in the second goal of Red Bull Bragantino and asks Corinthians to self-criticism

Cassio admits the failure in the second goal of Red Bull Bragantino and asks Corinthians to self-criticism

Minutes after Corinthians lost 2-1 to Bragantino in the Brazilian ChampionshipGoalkeeper Cassio analyzed his participation in the opposing team’s second goal. Archer is still analyzing the match, seeing both teams put in a balanced performance, and has asked Timão to self-criticize the mistakes made.

I relaxed, but the movement was too fast, and I ended up relaxing, but it was a quick kick, and I couldn’t save it, but it is no use, you have to go forward, it is difficult to lose at home, today you suffer, and also tomorrow, but then you have to think about your next opponent. Brazilians one by one, we have to see what we can improve this game, we try We have to improve, we have to be critical of ourselves and I’m sure Professor Sylvinho will correct this situation so we can move on to the next match.The goalkeeper said about the second goal in an interview with the first show

Cássio also analyzed Red Bull Bragantino’s good start at Itaquera. Archer analyzed how the opposing team behaved on the field and also talked about the difficulties Corinthians faced.

“Bragantino is a team that has played together for a long time, we are adjusting, and I think it was a detail, we talked a lot about this set piece, about this ball in the first stick. I didn’t see it well, I even look to see it, but I think it was a mistake in the second goal. over there. But it was a well-balanced match against a very competent teamWe ended up not being able to catch the ball much, we ended up giving the opponent the opportunity and opportunity, a competent team, and we ended up taking the role.”

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After the defeat at home, Corinthians turn their attention to next Sunday, when they face Bahia, in the fifth round of Brazil. Timão is currently 11th in the national championship

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