The Serbian goalkeeper Marko Dmitrovic, who this Wednesday started to the detriment of the Moroccan Yassine Bono in the match that Sevilla played in the Copenhagen field, of the second day of group G of the Champions League and that ended in a goalless draw, He said that “the tie tastes little” because the team went to the Danish capital “for the three points”.
Dmitrovic, one of the surprises in the line-up that Julen Lopetegui arranged, told Movistar at the end of the match that “in the ‘Champions there are no easy rivals” and that Sevilla lacked “a little more success in the rival area” , although he specified that “there are four games left” and they will do “everything to qualify” for the next phase.
“I think the possession has been ours. They have been comfortable defending with two lines of four and we lacked one more march with the ball, more speed,” assured the Serbian, who added that Sevilla “has room for improvement and on Sunday -as a visitor against Villarreal- there is another important game”.
Regarding his ownership, he stressed that he always tries to “improve” and that when “they give him the opportunity” he hopes to take advantage of it, for which he was satisfied to leave “a clean sheet”.
Dmitrovic revealed that on Tuesday the coach told him “if he was ready”, so he had “indication that he could play”.