The Argentine midfielder from Alavés Rodrigo Battaglia He opined, after his team’s defeat against him Atlético de Madrid (1-0), that the tie “perhaps” would have been “fairer”, after having had a penalty in favor of the Slovenian goalkeeper Jan Oblak stopped Joselu Mato.
“I think we played a good game, we competed, we were smart. We could not finalize the penalty and we are leaving with a bitter taste because the draw was perhaps the most fair thing, “acknowledged Battaglia in statements offered by his club after the match at the Wanda Metropolitano.
Alavés have had six games without winning, with five defeats and a draw, and is penultimate with 23 points, the same as Eibar and two from the salvation that Elche marks. “There is a lot left, we are in the fight, which is the most important thing, we depend on us, we have to keep working and give everything to the end, “said Battaglia.