Édgar: ‘We are missing to finish the games’

The midfielder of Real Oviedo Edgar González has warned after the draw against the Ponferradina that the Blues lacked “the fluidity necessary to finish the game”, something that they did not achieve despite having control of the game and that the pivot yielded by the Betis hopes to change this Tuesday before the Alcorcón.

“We put Ponferradina in their own field, but we had to generate another chance to score the second goal. Everyone is playing a lot now, things are even more equal, and it is the details that mark the victories. In the first one back perhaps something else fell on our side and now it is costing us, “he pointed out.

Édgar, author of the tying goal, has explained that scoring again and that his goal serves to add is something that reinforces both his confidence and his role in attack, where it is the blue coach, José Ángel Ziganda, who asks him to join often on second play.

“I had some more occasion during the game to arrive in the second row, and that is something that I have in mind, that the coach asks of me and with what I know I can help the team, so I will try to do it again every time I can “, has pointed the defense converted in the last campaigns to pivot.

Édgar’s goal against Ponferradina

Édgar has valued having scored points in the two most complicated fields of the category – against Espanyol and Mallorca – and has warned that, despite the fact that now it plays a different scenario, El Alcoraz and an Alcorcón must fight to get out of the bottom, work and the goal will be just as complicated.

“This week there are six points at stake and although Alcorcón and Castellón will be different rivals, our objective is the same: to go for the matches believing that we have the weapons to get the three points in each of them,” concluded the player on loan. for Betis.

The Carbayones exercised this Sunday to prepare for that clash since they will only have two sessions – today and Monday – before taking on those of the former blue coach, Juan Antonio Anquela.