The forward squandered a huge chance to hand his group a stoppage time victor.
Benfica supervisor Jorge Jesus depicted Haris Seferovic’s stoppage-time miss against Barcelona in the Champions League on Tuesday as the most noticeably terrible shot he has seen “in 30 years”.
The manageable exertion on a quick break would have given Benfica a late 1-0 lead over the Blaugrana and drove them into second spot in Group E. All things considered, the Portuguese group have a difficult task to arrive at the following round after their scoreless draw.
Seferovic beat the goalkeeper and had quite recently the net to take shots at, however he controlled his endeavor wide and Jesus tumbled to the ground with apprehension in response to the squandered possibility.
“In 30 years as a mentor, I’ve seen nothing like this, however it occurred,” Jesus told the CNN Portugal. “To me and to Benfica.”
In any case, the lead trainer was pleased with the overall exertion from his players. His side would now be able to progress with a triumph and Barcelona draw or rout in the last round of gathering stage matches.
“The group set out open doors, we left with an outcome that makes us dream [of advancing], it doesn’t rely upon us,” he said. “We get an opportunity when there’s just one game left. We’re in the blend in with Barcelona, a group that intends to win the Champions League.
“This can just make us glad to the fans in light of the fact that the group acted like an incredible group here.”