24 February 2022 – 22:33
The replacement of Podence, already at more than 90 ‘, generated “buzz” with the benches of Wolves and Arsenal; the technician apologized
Bruno Lage’s Wolverhampton left London this Thursday with a defeat (1-2) against Arsenal, a result which was secured in the dying moments of injury time, after Wolves advanced first into the game after just 10 minutes by Hee-Chan Hwang.
Speaking at the end of the match, the Portuguese coach regretted the result obtained during the trip to the Gunners and the confusion generated with the replacement of Daniel Podence, who left in the 90th minute to make way for Dendoncker, next to the benches of the two teams and which ended up delaying the throw-in of the ball.
“That’s football. It’s 96 minutes and we have to be in the game for all those minutes. We had three good chances to make it 2-0. Arsenal got ahead on the pitch and managed to to score two goals and earn three points. It was a good game. I think we deserved more than we got, but that’s football,” he began by saying, pointing to the sleeves for the duel with West Ham: “I’m very proud of my players. We played well, we came here to play with personality. We didn’t win the game, but now it’s time to get our energy back to try again with West Ham.”
‘Buzz’ in the final moments and an apology
“It was a miscommunication between me and my technical team. I changed my mind at the last moment and I apologize. It’s not my intention to come here and waste time with this stuff. , but we have made progress.”
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