Lille ‘labour’ to win against Dijon
3 March 2019 20:04 GMT
Lille head coach Christophe Galtier believes his side victory was labored as they required a 72-minute own goal from Wesley Lautoa after turning in Johnathan Ikone’s cross.
Christophe Galtier Lille coach after the 1-0 victory against Dijon: “I’m happy to take the three points today because we played in only half of the game with two completely different periods.
“The first was very bad, we were completely asleep, amorphous. We played a slowly with players who took too few risks.
“In the second half, it was different and the start showed that the players were reactive and proud. They knew how to play higher and bring more danger”.
The victory is laborious because our first half was poor.
Lyon is scheduled to fight for the Champions League places, they are motivated. We are making our way. We have an advantage because we are ahead in the league
“We must continue to work hard to win the most matches, but do not put unnecessary pressure on the team because what it does is great. “