Jaissle: “Stopping a team like Sevilla in attack is complicated”

The German Matthias Jaissle, coach of Red Bull Salzburg, Sevilla’s rival this Wednesday in the last day of the Champions League group stage, assures that his team will not go out to speculate with the result even if it was worth the tie and that he will seek the victory from the start.

“We will go out to give everything and win. We will see if our performance is sufficient against a great European team like Sevilla, “said the coach at a press conference in Austria.

“It is an all or nothing match and we depend on ourselves to get through. If someone had told us that we could pass in the last game we would have signed, “he added.

Jaissle said that the low temperatures expected in Salzburgi, with a minimum of -4 degrees and a maximum of 2 degrees, does not represent an advantage for his players. I think Sevilla have already played in cold places and I don’t think that will affect them, the field is in very good condition and there are great conditions to play, “he said. The coach announced that forward Noah Okafor, who until his recent discomfort formed A pair up with the team’s big star, 19-year-old German international Karim Adeyemi, could play tomorrow. “Noah is not bad, he is recovering and is going in the right direction, I will still wait for training this afternoon to decide “, affirmed the technician.

“Stopping a team as good as Sevilla in attack is always difficult,” said Jaissle, who stressed that the important thing is that “if Sevilla scores one goal, Salzburg can do two.” The team is not going through its best playing streak, last weekend they won their first match in four games, 2-1 against the modest Hartberg, although they are fourteen points ahead of the second, Sturm Graz.

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