Diego Martínez believes his boys can turn the tables on the Red Devils despite first leg’s 2-0 loss
Man United have an edge over the Spanish side after their first leg 2-0 victory with the sides now ready to meet tonight for the decisive moment.
With 2 goals aggregate on foreign soil, United will only need to lose with 2 goals margin in order to leave the Europa League race.
Granada’s manager believes his boys can make this happen as he confirmed of their bravery during a press conference yesterday.
Speaking to the press, Martínez shared that his side is prepared for any type of match ahead of their game tonight.
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“Our values and our identity have always been the same,” the coach said.
“We are savoring the moment because this preview is very nice too.”
“We would like to spend the tie for all of Granada. This team has achieved unthinkable things.”
“We are convinced of our chances against a very difficult opponent.”
“We are prepared for any type of match.”
Martínez went on to disclose how much he trusts his boys’ level of intelligence as this could help gear up their come back.
“Many times the effectiveness determines the dynamics of a match and I aspire for the team to be effective, that we are in the game at all times,” the 40-year-old.
“The moment will come, we will have our options and we will take advantage of it.”
“We are not going to obsess over the beginning or the end or the middle.”
“I see the team connected and with the necessary determination.”
Granada will be looking to make adjustments to their first leg errors, including conceding a late penalty that helped Bruno Fernandes extend United’s lead.
The manager indeed has learnt of these errors as he revealed his side will make amendments to their errors.
“There are things in the first leg that are very useful because the team’s performance in some aspects was good,” Martiínez added.
“You have to play these games wisely. We need a perfect game.”
“When I see my players the first thing I feel is pride and gratitude.”
“Being able to live it with them adds a lot more value to this.”
“I see my players prepared and convinced.”
“Serenity and intelligence are very important tomorrow.”