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Isaac admitted that "we did well to turn things around, but were hit on the counterattack in the dying minutes"
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Lucas Ocampos and Isaac Romero spoke after Monday's draw at UD Almería. The Argentine claimed that he was disappointed that we could not see out the game with three points: "It leaves a bad taste in my mouth. We find ourselves in the driving seat at the death, and they manage to snatch something from the game to leave us frustrated as we head home. We dropped two points, and gifted them a goal in the dying moments of the game, so I can't say we're happy with the point. It's great that we managed to turn things around after going behind, but we have to keep working if we want to see things out in those type of scenarios."

Meanwhile, Isaac Romero also praised the team's ability to stage a comeback, but admitted he was left feeling bittersweet given how things played out: "Ultimately, we did well to turn the game around, but we were hit on the counterattack in the dying minutes. It's sad we couldn't secure all three points, but at least we've shown we're capable of coming from behind. Unfortunately I couuldn't find the back of the net today, but I will always give my best to help the team. This is a brilliant league and it's tough to go to any stadium and pick up points, so we should give ourselves some credit for doing that."