Nancy “proud” of gamers after comeback win


CF Montreal coach Wilfried Nancy has revealed how “proud” he’s of his gamers after they turned off the hectic newest schedule with a 2-1 victory over Atlanta United.

By taking part in its seventh recreation in three weeks in all competitions, Montreal got here from 1-0 and beat the Five Stripes 2-1 on Saturday. Within seven minutes of Jake Mulraney’s opening, a Romell Quioto keep gave the Canadian aspect a particularly inaccessible lead.

It was the right manner for Montreal to get better from defeats in a row to the Columbus Crew and New England Revolution, lifting them again to sixth within the East with solely six common season video games left.

Nancy spoke to reporters after Saturday’s match (through Coast Reporter) and spoke of the pleasure he felt that his gamers might overcome the bodily and psychological pressure of such a packed schedule.

“I’m really proud and happy with the whole team and the staff after this game,” he stated. “You see them running but you forget the mental appeal that these games take, and the fact that they kept the focus all the way was good.”

On her staff’s efficiency, Nancy added: “This result was not happy, this benefited from hard work.

“We are a team that likes to have possession and control the flow of the game and it is not something you have when you defend a lead. So it was good to see that side of them come out today. ”

Speaking of Montreal’s mentality, playmaker Djordje Mihailovic credited his team’s ability to bounce back quickly from Mulraney’s opening strike.

“These types of situations are all mental. The first five minutes after a team has scored a goal is very important, says the USA international. “We acquired on the entrance foot proper after (second half) kick-off and we might put them on the again foot and push till we acquired two targets.”

Next for Montreal is one other key conflict within the packed Eastern Conference playoffs, which host the Philadelphia Union on Saturday.

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