This last week we couldn’t get back-to-back wins. On Wednesday we had to work very hard to beat Sunderland, but on Saturday we weren’t able to win at Stoke City. And it was a pity: on our way back to London, on the bus, we all had the feeling that we could’ve won. We had chances especially in the first half, but we reached the last few minutes with 2-2 and an open game, and a great goal from Assaidi left us with no points. We must learn that, in football, when you have the opportunity to put distance with your opponent, you have to do it. Otherwise you may have to pay for it, as it happened to us this weekend.
Luckily there is no time to feel sorry about it, and we already focus on trying to beat Steaua at the Bridge in the Champions League. We want to close the group stage with a victory in front of our crowd. That would allow us to qualify first. Then, again at the Bridge, back to the Premiership against Crystal Palace. Another key game to stay at the top ahead of the busy Christmas agenda. We have to get back to the victory trail in such a tough month like this.
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