“After the first chance that we had with [Michael] Hector, we started to express ourselves, to find the moments to explore, to find the spaces and the gaps, and we started to play in the way we like.
“Second-half was much better, some very good moments of football, some very good goals, which is what we planned to do.
“I’m pleased to see we scored four, we could have scored many more.
“It could have been a perfect afternoon, apart from the goal that we conceded, and I have to keep working with our players on that, to focus from the start until the end. But it was a fantastic performance.”
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