Ahmed Jahouh’s gift cost us two points’ - Mumbai City boss Sergio Lobera demands improvement from the midfielder.
Mumbai City’s unbeaten streak in the ongoing Indian Super League (ISL) extended to 12 games but they failed to register a win against Chennaiyin on Monday.
Sergio Lobera was unhappy after the game as he felt that his team dropped two points.
“I am disappointed with the result because my players have to be careful. They played a very good game and I am happy compared to the last game against East Bengal but when you drop two points obviously I cannot be happy.”
Lobera admitted that Ahmed Jahouh’s mistake cost the team two points but he wants to move on and shift his focus to the next match.
“We need to avoid these kinds of situations. We have players with experience and we need to know when to do certain things and when not to do. Obviously, it was a big mistake but now we have to focus on the next game. (Ahmed) Jahouh is a very good player and has done well throughout this season but he needs to improve in certain areas. Today he gave away a gift and we lost two points,” said the Spaniard.