Garcia Admits Poor Rome Shown in Act I
Palermo – AS Roma only drew 1-1 when they travel to Palermo. Roma coach Rudi Garcia admitted his team performed poorly mainly in the first round.
Come to the Renzo Barbera, Sunday (18/01/2015) pm dawn, Rome directly behind in the second minute thanks to a mistake. Carelessness Davide Astori to bait captured opponents make the ball that led to the goal Paulo Dybala.
Throughout the first half, I Lupi performing below standard. They often lose the ball and difficult to penetrate the opponent’s defense. So ugly appearance in this round, no single shot on target recorded.
“Above all, we did not play in the first half. We stare at one point, there was no movement, which is dangerous against a team that is in a good performance and we give them a gift after the game runs two minutes,” said Garcia told Sky Sport Italia quoted by Football Italia.
“Luckily the team to reinvent itself after the break, we changed the system, run more, and play more intense. In the first half we were too far away from the opponent and we have to be better if we want to avoid wasting points like this,” he added.
At the beginning of the second half, Roma successfully equalized through schemes dead ball. Headlong free kick for Kevin Strootman then again deflected into the net by Mattia Destro.
In the second half, the game Rome tended to improve. They began to be more patient and not play the ball quickly loses possession. However Francesco Totti et al. still struggled to create good chances.
Garcia assess foster children need to start the game with a better, more consistent at the same time in play.
“We need to be ready in the game immediately. We say it, but need to do it. The players have to understand every moment of the match was important, so we can not live action with a goal or another team moved up one gear,” he continued.
“We have to train consistency, because we lack consistency of performance throughout the game. All the players really bad in the first half,” said the Frenchman‘s.