Real Betis will sit at home at 3 o'clock tomorrow morning to meet the challenge of Real Madrid. Real Betis coach Pellegrini attended the pre-match press conference.
Pellegrini believes that this game is unlikely to be a 0-0 stalemate, and he also hopes to continue the results of the first two rounds.
"Guardado can't participate in the game, I hope he can return to the team next week to participate in joint training. Reinz has a little problem, but the playing problem is not big. Reinz is a member of the team, he can make a difference, But we must continue to improve. Moron was infected with the new crown before, and he has not fully recovered. A good Moron can show his excellent scoring ability, let us see if he can play tomorrow."
"Zinedine Zidane was once one of the best players in the world, and now he is an excellent coach. It is not easy to win three Champions League titles. He has proven his ability. We tried To continue to improve the performance on the court, we will also increase targeted arrangements according to the characteristics of the opponent. We all know what kind of team Real Madrid is, if you give him too much time and space to use, he will give you Shred. We have to stay focused at all times, but I will not choose a defensive formation just because the opponent is Real Madrid. I think this is unlikely to be a 0-0 stalemate. We will see two creative teams. The team is playing on the field and hopes to continue the results of the first two rounds."
"Anyone who has watched Fekir play knows that he is technically beautiful and has plenty of physical fitness. Fekir hopes to gain something in the game against Real Madrid. He is the core player of the team and I look forward to his best performance. "
"I also hope that the stadium can be seated for all the fans as soon as possible. I miss the fans very much. I know what the atmosphere of the Villamarin Stadium is like. Even if everyone can't enter the stadium, opening a third of the stadium is quite Not bad."
"The team still lacks a left-back, let's see what happens."