Carlos Corberán reviews Luton draw
- Town Head Coach on 1-1 draw with Luton Town
- Carlos happy with his side’s battling showing against the Hatters
- Watch his full interview below on #HTTV
Head Coach Carlos Corberán praised his side’s effort throughout the 90 minutes and says that a point was the least the Terriers deserved from the 1-1 draw with Luton Town.
The Terriers continued to push for a winner after Carel Eiting’s equaliser on the hour mark but were kept out as the sides shared the points at the John Smith’s Stadium.
Speaking after the final whistle, Carlos gave his verdict on the result.
“I never want to say that one point in the Championship is a bad point even if we had the ambition to go for the three points because this was the target of the team,” he said.
“We wanted to finish this period of consecutive games with a win but at the end, we need to validate all the efforts and demands to take something positive in the Championship.
“The minimum we deserved was a point.
“I think the team made more things to take more than the point but at the same time, after we scored the goal, we know how hard it was to manage the last minutes because we were playing the same players consecutively.”
Following the hard-fought encounter, Carlos also reviewed his side’s performance, praising the Terriers for their efforts in their seventh and final game of a testing three-week period preceding the upcoming international break.
“I think the performance of the team was positive today especially in the first half and especially until we scored in the second half.
“The reaction of the team after they scored the goal was a positive one, I never felt that we were going to give up and for me, this is one of the things that is going to give us a lot of points throughout the year.
“We had ambitions to win the three points, but we have to appreciate the demands to even only one point.”
Having taken a point into the international break, the Terriers now have two weeks until the next Sky Bet Championship outing against Stoke City on Saturday 21 November 2020.
Carlos says the Terriers will utilise the period as much as possible to be ready for another busy schedule upon the league’s return later this month.
“We know we were playing seven games in a row, but the next period of games is going to be even harder because we are going to play nine game in a row up to Christmas.
“We know this competition is going to be tough, we know that we need to prepare ourselves very well and we will try to use this period of time to recover from any injuries and develop in the details we can do better.”
Watch Carlos’ full interview below on #HTTV!