I don’t think he’s read it. Ralph’s main point about why we lost wasn’t the defence. It seemed more about miss placed passes and a couple of great saves.
“We cannot be happy because we will not have as big a chance to win here.
“Being clinical is a step of development we have to take.
“We weren’t cool enough not to finish the game and that’s something we have to work on.”
“The momentum was on our side after the equaliser but we must come in at half-time at 1-1 and then we can adapt our shape a little bit,”
“I didn’t change immediately because we still needed to have a good defence and they still had good quality with [Heung-Min] Son, [Harry] Kane and [Christian] Eriksen.
“And I was right. It was exactly what happened but the way we defended the second goal was simply not good enough.”
“For 25 minutes in the second half we created chances and we had a few big ones with Maya’s header, which I don’t think many other goalkeepers would have saved. That was a little unlucky.
“But in the last 20 minutes, when normally the opponent gets tired, we stopped being calm on the ball.
“We gave the ball away too easily and the decisions got worse and worse."
Apologies if you have read it Barry, but there’s little there to back your claim. Cheers for the link though.