"They play five against five, they do not play euros or hierarchies"

Joan Peñarroya, coach of San Pablo Burgos, analyzed the defeat against Barça in the semifinals of the final phase of the Endesa League.


The coach of San Pablo Burgos, Joan Peñarroya, acknowledged the demand that Barça raised this Sunday in a historic semifinal for the Burgos, who leave the Final Phase of the Endesa League thinking that the next season they can start it together with their public , absent in La Fonteta.

"A game in which we knew that the power that Barça shows in its defense, denying pass lines, spaces, and that athletic game has been difficult for us to understand at first. It has collapsed us a lot," he said after the meeting in the wheel. Release.

"The change in defense has stopped them a lot, we recovered 16 points before the break, and on the restart the losses in the first attacks make them take advantage again and there we have not been able to return. They have had the success that may be, "he added.

Peñarroya acknowledged that Barça was superior. "We must give credit to the rival too, who has not allowed us to play comfortably, with a very physical game, which has been difficult for us to play. We wanted to win this semifinal and now it is time to take a break and then we will analyze everything that has happened "he said.

The assessment of the season will have to wait, but for the Burgos coach the important thing has been how his team competes. "This is basketball, they play five against five on the court, they do not play euros or hierarchies, and that has been our intention all year long and we have achieved it in most games," he said.

Finally, Peñarroya regretted not having had the fans, absent like that of all the teams, for the measures against the coronavirus. "The worst thing is not being able to share this exceptional Final Phase with our people. My wish is that next season we can all start it again together," he concluded.



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