Pescara co-Coach Bruno Nobili insists they “did not deserve to lose,” especially as Siena’s deciding goal was offside.
The Delfini were 2-0 down at half-time, but fought back for 2-2 until an Innocent Emeghara counter-attack secured the 3-2 defeat in the final minutes.
“We had a good second half and the first is best forgotten, but in any case we did not deserve to lose today,” said Nobili, who spoke to the media rather than Cristian Bucchi.
“Siena’s goal was offside and even we realised it from the bench. Gaetano D’Agostino was bit below par even before the injury, but Mervan Celik was already prepared to come on anyway.
“I saw a good mentality from my team, but if the quality is inferior to the other sides then there’s little you can do.”
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