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SCHALKE 04 boss WAGNER: "We weren't cold-blooded enough against Koln"

07.10.2019 12.41 by Claudio Colla  read 551
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Commenting upon Schalke 04 1-1 tie against FC Koln, Gelsenkirchen side boss David Wagner stated: "Conceding a goal in the last minutes of the game is obviously upsetting, but I think that all in all the draw was the right way for the game to end. We were definitely better in the second half than in the first. Unfortunately, we weren't cold-blooded enough to pout our winning seal on the match. Besides, we have to acknowledge Koln had their chances too, and our goalkeeper offered a top-notch performance".

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