LASTED! Darwin Cerén and Alex Larín de la Selecta speak after losing to Costa Rica

Suárez, DT of the Ticos, also spoke: “In the first half, ESA reflected that it is a good team”

After the match against Costa Rica, which ended in defeat for the Select (2-1), the Salvadoran players finished in frustration. However, they did it with their heads held high, expressing their feelings for what happened on the field, on Costa Rican soil.

One of the selected ones who decided to publish on their networks was the flyer Darwin Cerén, who came out of exchange in the game. The national wrote a tweet about what the national team must also fight against, at its discretion. Not only against a team, in the same way with refereeing.

Hugo Pérez after the defeat: “We lost order, we made mistakes that cost goals”

Cerén, a player for the Houston Dynamo, wrote: “We already realized that we have to fight against everything. Now, to get up stronger, that on Wednesday we have a great battle. The illusion continues “, He referred.

Cerén alluded to what has been talked about about a penalty that was given to the Ticos, and about an arbitration that left many doubts. His partner was not left behind Alex Larin, who came as a variant to the second half, and wanted to refer in tone to the same theme of the difficult path that the Selecta has.

“El Cacho” published on his twitter account: “There are ways to lose, but like this? Against all that and more, we have to fight “, he posted next to some praying hands and the Salvadoran flag.

Roberto Domínguez of El Salvador is swept off Juan Guillermo Ortiz of Costa Rica in a match of the Concacaf World Cup Qualifiers in San José, Costa Rica. Photo: AFP

The messages from both players had a high impact among their followers, with supportive and critical responses equal to the lack of VAR in Concacaf and refereeing. In a few minutes, Darwin’s reached more than 560 favorites; while that of the flyer Larín, from the Communications of Guatemala, reached more than 1,310. Both with a good number of comments, and quoted retweets and tweets. And the bill kept increasing.

Even Darwin was left with a simple and supportive comment by his MLS team: “Come on, Darwin,” with an orange heart, like the colors of the North American team.