Spain were on the receiving end of a last gasp goal on Saturday, with Norway scoring a late equaliser to draw 1-1 and to leave Robert Moreno frustrated.
A stoppage time penalty from Joshua King was enough to spoil the party for Spain, who were aiming for qualification for Euro 2020.
After the game, Moreno discussed the bad feeling in the dressing room.
“When they equalise in the 93rd minute, you can’t feel good,” explained Moreno.
“But that’s part of football.
“We knew that they could be dangerous in that type of play.
“In the final minutes we were a little nervous and we risked too much, but that can happen.”
Despite the setback, Moreno chose to reflect on the positives from the game.
“I liked the attitude of the team,” he said.
“The players who played have done well.
“I think we generated chances to score the second, but I wish we could have defended those plays better.”
Even though he selected a couple of good aspects from his team’s performance, Moreno expected more on and off the ball.
“I didn’t like losing control and not having patience,” added Moreno.
“They were less direct than we expected.”
Spain now face a tricky tie against Sweden, but it’s a match that could see them qualify for Euro 2020.
“We’re going to try to win, we’re going for 28 points,” he said.
“If not, for 26 or 25 at least … but we’re going to try win every game.”
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