Valencia coach Bordalas insists Real Betis defeat ‘excessive’

Valencia coach Jose Bordalas insists the 3-0 scoreline in defeat to Real Betis was “excessive”.

The result strengthens Real Betis’ top four hopes, while Bordalas felt they paid for their errors.

He said. “It is difficult to make an assessment because the result was very comprehensive, and excessive for how the game was. The game was very evenly matched. We were in control in many moments. Betis have a lot of quality and punch. There had been a warning minutes before, with a turnover that we neutralised. Then, on a throw-in, with a loss of possession by Ilaix in which a foul could have called, they made it 0-1. We have lacked precision in the final metres, accuracy, and offensive aggressiveness.

“The equaliser was getting closer and the second goal arrived. That did us a lot of damage and the third goal came after a loss in the opposition half. I think the result is excessive. You cannot grant a team like Betis what we gave them.

“After the Copa del Rey, in which we were defeated, the team lost our chance in LaLiga in the match against Levante UD. It is difficult to focus, but we are obliged to give our best showing. The team have tried and worked hard, but we have lacked effectiveness and quality in many moments. Then we have been hurt with some ease.”

He added: “It’s football. Betis are fighting to be in the Champions League. They have a lot at stake. It is not an excuse because we wanted to get a good result. We lacked finishing and forcefulness on an offensive level. In defence they didn’t create many problems for us and they scored three goals against us.”

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