In a game of football that seemed to defy the final scoreboard, Lokomotiv Plovdiv suffered a stinging 3-0 loss against Levski, according to team coach, Alexander Tomash. The match, which took place recently, saw the coach grappling with a sense of dissatisfaction over the outcome, sparking a debate on the true nature of the game.
Tomash expressed his displeasure, citing an own goal as one of the factors that contributed to their loss. The coach also cast doubt on the legitimacy of the second goal, questioning whether a foul had occurred.
However, he conceded that a foul is only recognized if the referee calls it. Tomash's dissatisfaction was particularly heightened by his players allowing opponents to easily dribble past them over long distances.
Risks and Tactics
In an effort to create more scoring opportunities, Tomash had taken calculated risks with player changes. Notably, he included Leo Sena, who was not fully fit, in the game. Despite the risks, the results didn't mirror the on-field efforts, leading the coach to acknowledge the deceptive final score as part of the unpredictable nature of football.
With a firm gaze on upcoming matches, especially against Pirin, Tomash emphasized the importance of these games for the sake of the fans who have fervently supported the team throughout the year.