"We were doing well. We couldn't have come better. But these tournaments don't give you time to make mistakes... We're going to get up," he said, wanting to give a sense of calm.
"Before the match we were the favorites to win but afterwards the dynamic changed completely. In the second half we had our chances but we didn't play well," Scaloni said, highlighting the good level of the Saudi Arabian team, which "was respected from the start."
"The goals came in the 48th and 51st minutes. The first goal was our loss," the Argentine coach admitted, recalling that he changed some players to improve the situation but "the dynamic of the game was no longer the same as the first half."