Milivojevic – We didnt deserve to lose

first_imgCrystal Palace captain Luka Milivojevic says the team will learn from their 3-2 defeat at West Ham but believes they didn’t deserve to lose.Milivojevic refused to point fingers or assign blame for the loss after Crystal Palace conceded three second-half goals and eventually lost 3-2.“We started well, we scored the first goal and we controlled the second half,” Milivojevic told the club’s website.“At the end [of the first half], I had a free-kick and hit the bar. The first half was something from which we can take some positives.“In the second half, we tried to change. We tried to change to take some control of the game, we tried to keep more possession and go from left to right.Joel Ward, Crystal PalaceHow Joe Ward thanks his faith for his football Manuel R. Medina – September 13, 2019 Crystal Palace defender, Joel Ward, has thanked his Christian faith for helping him play football professionally and he explains why.“I think it’s unacceptable to concede three goals, especially in the second-half. We pushed more to try and equalize but in the end, they won. We can take a big, big lesson from this game.“Every single goal in football is a mistake. I’m not blaming anyone, this is a collective game and when we win, we win together.“When we lose, we lose together. I think this is a big lesson for us, we were very poor at the beginning of the second-half.“We didn’t think enough when we attacked about what’s happening behind us. I hope we’re going to learn from this.“To be honest, we didn’t deserve to lose. That’s 100% my opinion.”last_img

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