“There are a lot of emotions” Mumbai FC head coach Sergio Lobera on winning the ISL title

Mumbai City FC head coach Sergio Lobera seems to be over the moon after registering a 2-1 win over ATK Mohun Bagan in the Indian Super League (ISL) final at the Fatorda Stadium. During the press conference that had taken place post-match, Lobera interacted with the media and spoke about the special feeling he’s having for everyone at the club to emerge as the league winners.

Upon being asked about the winning of the ISL title, Sergio Lobera was all in for the emotions.
“The feeling is impossible to describe. There are a lot of emotions. A lot of effort. I am very happy. The Mumbai City FC and City Football Group (CFG) is one big family. We are a passionate bunch of people and we deserve every bit of it! he exclaimed after the game.”

He credited his success to his team players, family, and support staff for giving their best and supporting him all the time.
“Our families, my players, City Football Group (CFG) people always give us advice and support. It’s very special for everyone to win the league. It’s not easy to be in the bio-bubble but finally, I’m very happy because we can enjoy this moment,” Lobera added.

On being asked about the players, he couldn’t stop praising them,
“The Indian players are key to winning trophies. You’re playing with six players in the first XI and Bipin Singh has had an amazing season. There are a lot of players doing well. Players with the opportunity to play, players with not so many opportunities to play, but always smiling with a positive attitude,” he added.

Lobera’s men made it two trophies in two weeks becoming the second team to top the group phase and win the title.

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