Colo Colo coach Gustavo Quinteros regretted that ‘Cacique’ did not take more risks in Superclásico against a team that “defered a lot and had a lot of people behind”.
ColoColo coach Gustavo Quinteros threw a “stick” at the collegiate team this Sunday, expressing his feelings for the pale Superclasico against Universidad de Chile, which ended 0-0 at Monumental.
‘Cacique’ created the clearest chances for Pedrero through Esteban Paves, Fabian Castillo and Ramiro González, but found a good performance from goalkeeper Cristóbal Campos.
After the final whistle blew in Mackle, the white strategist was not happy with his team’s attitude and game towards their rivals. “It was difficult to create a clear and distinct situation. One or he had two situations, but we need more,” he said.
“We played a lot in the back. They tried to win back a lot and play against each other…we sometimes didn’t use the space we had. We changed a lot. Also Castillo. We had to take more risks in our duels, as we sometimes did in the first half when we were unbalanced,” he added.
Quinteros was then very critical of Lau’s actions in this “Derby” 193.
“We couldn’t break them, we lost the ball without risking it. We had the clearest, most solid defense of the game, and that was the most important thing,” he said. concluded.
This equality saw Colo Colo parked in sixth place in the standings with 11 points, one game pending and three behind today’s rivals in third place.