Campuzano: "It's not a bad point, it gives us morals"

The Espanyol striker considers the tie against Getafe positive, although he acknowledges: "We must try to generate more chances, be more in the rival area than in ours."


"I think it's a good point," Víctor Campuzano started, this Monday in Sant Adrià, on the day after 1-1 against Getafe of a Espanyol that remains five points away from the permanence. “We do not come from the best dynamics, but we have shown that the team is united and committed. Adding is the important thing, ”said the striker, headline in the absence of the injured Facundo Ferreyra and Jonathan Calleri.

“We know that Getafe is very demanding, that it grants little when progress is made on the scoreboard but at least we managed to draw,” said the canterano, who culminated: “It is not a bad point, it gives us morals, and we will try to add three in three. " “We are doing a good job but the results do not arrive, and that is the important thing. This is the dynamic to follow, we must continue adding, ”said a Campuzano who is not obsessed with the classification:“ I have not looked at it, although working in this way we will add, and surely three by three ”.

On the alarming lack of goal, eight in 14 days, the canterano acknowledged: “We are not scoring many goals, and in the end we must make a solid team back and up. Just as when we receive a goal it is everyone's fault, when we score it is everyone's merit. ” And he assumed: “We must try to generate more chances, be more in the rival area than in ours. We are united, we have a feeling of belonging that helps us a lot, just like the fans ”.

Y, asked for the convenience of Espanyol to sign a striker in the winter market, Campuzano first threw balls out ("this question is more for the sports director"), but immediately claimed: "Yes I can say that all those who we are here we have become aware that we must help each other and make the best of each partner. Whoever has to fight for this club will do his best, ”he said.

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