FC Cincinnati interim supervisor Tyrone Marshall has credited “grit, heart and passion” in his aspect’s second-half efficiency towards the Philadelphia Union.
The Ohio aspect consolidated their place at the underside of the general standings with a 2-1 defeat on Saturday night time. Goals from Kacper Przybylko and Paxten Aaronson broken the Union.
But former Philadelphia midfielder Haris Medunjanin pulled again a purpose within the 82nd minute and pulled off what was a much-improved last half-hour for Cincinnati.
Although his aspect left the recreation with out factors, Marshall was happy with the reply proven, hoping it should be the normal for the remaining of the 2021 season.
“For me, the second half is what I want to see the team play as,” Marshall advised reporters. “We finished with gravel, heart, passion; guys threw around their bodies and worked hard. For me, that exemplifies what I want to see the rest of the season from the players.
“[The game] was clearly a narrative of two halves; first half we had some alternatives and multiple. They had a probability and so they put their probability away. Second half we got here out and tried to search out that purpose, and so they did once more and the fellows might have put their heads down and gone to mattress and we didn’t.
“The message for them is to keep going, keep grinding and that’s what we did. The training all week was like that. Our turn will change. The second half was a good indication of what will hopefully be the rest of the season for us.”
Cincinnati beat the Union 9-3 within the second half, however regardless of having a $ 13 million striker in Brenner, they fluffed their traces on all however one event. Marshall admitted that superior end was the distinction between the 2 sides.
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“Overall good football, I thought we sometimes played well,” he added. “Acosta was on the ball a lot tonight, everyone came in tonight and did their thing. Only again, it’s who stops and they did and we did not waste our chances, and they put theirs.
“I thank the gamers within the locker room for his or her efforts and we are going to simply maintain working onerous and see if we will get a W for them.”
Cincinnati host Orlando City on Saturday as they try to fight their way off the table.