August 14, 2022

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New Zealand DT erupts against tribunal and confirms it was better from start to finish than Costa Rica

New Zealand DT erupts against tribunal and confirms it was better from start to finish than Costa Rica

The New Zealand coach did not hide his frustration at not being able to win.

Irritability and regret for being knocked out of the World Cup are very significant in the selection New Zealand Mohamed left with a sense of victimization by the arbitration panel headed by Mohamed D United Arab Emirates.

That frustration was the voice coach who came before to mention everything Danny Hay, Who appeared in front of the media after the defeat. The hack, the administration of justice was inappropriate and he was disappointed when Chris Wood scored an unauthorized goal by the VAR and Kosta Barbareuses was sent off in the 69th minute. VAR.

“Look, when we saw the referees’ announcement, we knew they were going to be against us. We’ve played a lot in this part of the world and they don’t have the best referee status. We know this is going to happen,” the coach explained.

What Danny Hay said about the match New Zealand It was much higher than Costa Rica, which was maintained from beginning to end.

“We were not lucky, we did not have quality in their area. There were many moments when we were able to get something because we were the best team. We dominated from start to finish,” he said.

He promised that they would be in a lot of pain and that it would hurt even more when November came and watched the World Cup from home.

“It hurts now but in December it hurts even more. We feel like we were the best team Costa Rica And we have to be, but football is terrible, it’s a blow to the cheek, but we will become stronger, we are a very young team, and I hope we can develop, “he said.

New Zealand He last played in the 2010 World Cup in South Africa and now after two playoffs in a row, they have to try again in 2026.

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