Howe admits ‘Salika’ is very sad about being eliminated

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Newcastle United manager Eddie Howe admits the whole team is very sad to be eliminated from the group stage. Champions League, but still giving everyone the strength to try their best. And the important lesson is about the strength of the “Salika” players.

In the final match, Choalinton scored before the 33rd minute, but their hopes of advancing to the next round were shattered. When the second half was overtaken by Christian Pulisic and Samu Chukwueze, they lost at home 2-1.

“We’re very sad that we couldn’t make it through to the next round,” Howe said in an interview after the game at St. James Park.

“I think Today we did well. and dominated the game in many periods But maybe we need a second goal ′

′ It’s an open game. Both teams played bravely because they wanted to win. But it was our side that didn’t protect the two goals we lost well enough ′

′ Tonight we have a chance to advance. But we didn’t grab it. At the same time, we can’t try any harder.”

Newcastle returned to the European stage for the first time in 11 years, but had to stop their journey there because they finished bottom of the rankings, unable to even qualify for Europa and Howe. Was asked more about what needs to be developed.

“We learned a lot in this program. The most important thing is the strength of the players. That is our big problem. We weren’t able to take full advantage of the team we built.”

“We have to use this disappointment. To be a motivation to continue according to the goal. We will go back to the Premier League and try to improve.”