Rolando Maran admits Cagliari are full of ”anger and regret“ after they threw two points away against Lecce on Monday.
Cagliari were 2-0 up at the Via del Mare and seemingly coasting, until two late goals from Lecce earned the home side a draw.
“There’s so much anger on our part,” Maran told Sky Sport Italia.
“It’s a game where we were 2-0 up until just a few minutes before the end. Everything became complicated within a minute, in part due to the errors we made.
“It’s a shame, we need to improve. We went from 10 men to nine within a few seconds and there was the risk of not bringing anything back.
“There’s regret because we could’ve brought home maximum points.”
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“Needless to say, these things won’t be discussed here. I will talk to the lad in private.
“He [Olsen] is a serious person, who is always committed, and perhaps he was provoked a little.
“These things happen during games. From what I saw, the punishments had to be the same.”
In better news for the Rossoblu, Inter loanee Radja Nainggolan again got on the scoresheet.
“Radja is a team player. Everyone embraced him after his goal. He is improving in his condition and he’s a natural talent.
“I’m happy for him, it’s just a pity his goal couldn’t have won the game for us.”
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