FC Porto players continue to believe in the national title after the victory over Farense (5-1)
FC Porto beat Farense (5-1), for matchday 32 of Liga Nos. At the end of the match, Mehdi Taremi gave credit to Farense for playing “in a normal way, not super defensively” and stressed that the Dragons will “try to win the two remaining matches”. Romário Baró praised the “very strong start the team had” and praised his teammate João Mário, who won the award Mérito e Valores Porto, and stressed that “it is a dream” to play at Estádio do Dragão, adding that the team will continue to believe in the title: “We know that nothing is lost, we have to do our job, but until the end we will continue to believe that we can become champions”.
“It wasn’t a great match for me in particular, we all played very well, congratulations to Farense for facing us in a normal way and not super defensively, like other teams. We all played for the team, it doesn’t matter who plays, we fought for the three points, we won, and it’s all good like that. There are two matches left, we played to show our character, and we will try to win the two matches left.”
“Our start was very strong, we managed to score three goals, which were very important for the final result. I felt well, I went in when the match was already won, but football never stops. I felt well, I was able to play a few minutes, which is always good. The team is focused, it’s a little complicated right now, but nothing is impossible in football, we have to do our part and wait for the rest. The award for João Mário is well deserved, he is a great player.”
“Representing this club is always a pleasure, we won, got the three points, so now it’s time to think about the next match. It’s always good to play from the start with a big advantage, we got it and that reassured us; we played a great match, so I’m happy. It’s always good to be recognized for having played a good match, I have to keep working to earn more opportunities to help the team. It’s a dream to play here, let alone score a goal, I couldn’t have asked for more. We know that nothing is lost, we have to do our job, but until the end we will keep believing that we can become champions.”
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