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Real Madrid Coach Jose Mourinho Reveals His Anxiety During Victory Over Getafe

Blancos coach felt his side lost control during the first-half against a difficult opponent in Getafe…

By Ross Mackiewicz

Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho admits to feeling uneasy during his side’s 3-2 victory over Getafe in the Madrid derby.

He felt as if his team weren’t in control
and the dismissal of Alvaro Arbeloa left him with a feeling of anxiety
as the game drew to a close.

“When the game started, I thought it would
be three or four goals (to Madrid) and tranquillity but at the end of
the first-half we lost control and had to change the mentality and
concentration.” Mourinho told during his post-match press conference.

“In the second
half, we had a good start and came back to power, but between the goal
and the sending off of Arbeloa, we stayed with it until the last
second. It was a strange game. The three points are important against
an uncomfortable opponent.”
Mourinho went onto explain why he
substituted Lassana Diarra at half-time. He believes referee Alberto
Mallenco was singling out his team with the result of three yellow
cards due to handballs.
“I’ve seen four hand-balls. Three from my team and one from them and only we got cards. I changed because Lass had a booking.”
Mourinho concluded by stating how fantastic it is to see the return of Kaka, not only for Real Madrid but the world of football.
“One thing is the physical and the other
is mental, but it’s fantastic news for Real Madrid, La Liga and the
world of football. Kaká is a super player.” he said.
“It’s a great story and he is very happy”
Source: Gold.com

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