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‘Doesn’t matter if you concede goal at start or end’

DNMUM422016 | 9/9/2018 | Author : Reubyn Coutinho | WC :399

Mumbai: Having seen India concede quite a few crucial goals in the closing stages including in the semifinals of the Asian Games, India captain and goalkeeper PR Sreejesh said here that it did not matter whether a goal is conceded in the beginning or at the end.
Sreejesh said here at an event on Friday: “It doesn’t matter if you concede in first or last minute. What matters is what scoreline reads at end of match. Our aim should be to ensure that no opportunities arise for people to point out mistakes when you get a chance to score a goal, you should just score it.”
When asked about what motivated him, Sreejesh said that everyone searches for his own motivation, which can be anything. “After we lost the semifinals, I came across a
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