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‘They [Brazil] killed everything for us in second half’: Serbian coach Stojkovic Piksij

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Serbia had 5 photographs on the purpose. Zero on track. Three have been off-target and two have been blocked. Just two have been even fired from contained in the field. Brazil swamped them with 22 photographs on the purpose.

No surprise, the Serbian coach Stojković Piksij has summed up the sport thus:

“I think the key is that they killed everything for us in the second half, we were disastrous. It’s surprising to me, Brazil is too good a team and they took advantage of that. Where we are strongest, we were not good. The first half was fair, but some things happened,” he advised reporters after 0-2 loss to Brazil.

The coach believes it wasn’t the matter of ways by the distinction lay in physicality. Serbian gamers are thought-about and did look stronger, taller however the coach believes they lacked depth within the second half.

Serbia’s head coach Dragan Stojkovic kicks the ball throughout the World Cup group G soccer match between Brazil and Serbia, on the Lusail Stadium in Lusail, Qatar. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)

“It’s not a matter of ways, I’m sorry that we failed within the bodily sense. I’m sorry we don’t have wholesome gamers, we now have to make use of these few days to relaxation and resolve our destiny within the subsequent two video games.

“The intensity was really high in the second half, we gave too much space to the Brazilians. But the key point for me is that my team physically was completely down — so I want to know why, because I don’t. This is a surprise for me, something strange.”

The coach additionally introduced up accidents to key gamers that damage the staff. “We have three accidents Kostić, Mitrović and Vlahović, we got here in such situation and that’s the actual reality. Brazil utterly dominated within the second half, mentioned Stojković.

“I think both Brazil and Serbia were on equal level in the first 45 minutes, I didn’t see Brazil much more dominant at that time,” Stojkovic advised a information convention.

“We got defeated in the second half, when we literally fell physically, and we were no longer a team — and of course Brazil knew how to take advantage of this. We simply could not recognise our team.”

Did Brazil use drone to spy on Serbia?

Ahead of the sport there was reviews that Brazil had been spying on Serbian camp with a drone however the coach Stojkovic had dismissed them.

“”I don’t consider they watched us, who’re we for them to look at us? They are a soccer superpower,” he had then mentioned. “I think it’s misinformation. And even if it was a drone, I don’t know what they would have seen, nothing special,” he joked. “”Brazil are an excellent staff, top-of-the-line on the earth. For me they’ve a golden era in the meanwhile and I anticipate a really tough sport…” It was tough, all proper.