The midfielder trained in Colo Colo recognized the superiority of the Moroccans and called for calm since the era of Eduardo Berizzo is just beginning.
The Chilean team showed a poor performance and was surpassed from start to finish by Morocco, who won 2-0 at the Cornellà-El Prat Stadium in Barcelona in a friendly match.
After the defeat, Arturo Vidal spoke with the media in a mixed zone, where he recognized the superiority of the Moroccans and called for calm since Eduardo Berizzo’s process has just begun.
In the first instance, the King stated that “the negative is that it was lost, the positive is that we started a process, an idea, it is the first party where we are the majority. We have another game and we have to keep working hard, we had a good level team and they showed it. The stick changed a bit, the referee spoiled the game a bit. But it helps us to keep improving.”
About the performance of the rival, he assured that “they did wellthey are fast, they are at their best in top-tier teamsWe are out of the World Cup and we are starting another process. Football has changed a lot.”
Along the same lines, he stated that “Every process costs at the beginning, you have to adapt. But we have a more or less clear idea of him and we hope in a short time to get what he wants. Many things need to be improved. If we do what the coach wants, we will improve a lot. But you have to work, there is a lot to improve. Between now and the Qualifiers, I think we will improve. Hopefully the players get into the top-level teams, in Europe. We all have to improve, the biggest ones have to help the youngsters, they help us, otherwise we will return to the same”.
Later, he longed for the long-awaited replacement. “What the coach wants is good, wants to go back to what we were before, hopefully players will be addedLet’s pick up the pace. Ben is fine, you have to get used to the team, it’s hard to get used to. It is not the Championship, here are first level selections, it has to be adapted”, he indicated.
Finally, he preferred not to refer to the absences of Claudio Bravo and Mauricio Isla. “I don’t get into that topicthe coach must decide. If they come or not, it’s up to the coach. I work and I come happy and I try to do it well, ”she closed.