Thiago Motta sees Spezia glass ‘half-full’

Spezia coach Thiago Motta tried to see the ‘glass half-full’ after losing a 2-0 lead to draw 2-2 with Sassuolo.

His men had gone in front on home turf at the Stadio Picco through Rey Manaj and Emmanuel Gyasi, but Giacomo Raspadori came off the bench to claw it back with a brace.

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“I think we had a good first half against a strong team, then it’s true that at certain moments Sassuolo’s quality forced us back once they managed to play the way they know how,” Thiago Motta told DAZN.

“We picked up a point and must see the glass half-full, taking the positives and then finding the things we need to change.

“Once we do what we know that we can, we cause problems for any opponent. I think what we lack is a way of controlling the match. We’ve got quality, but Sassuolo want to keep a lot of the ball and we should’ve kept calm, moving as a unit.”

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