In this round of competition, Shanghai Greenland Shenhua will face Henan Jianye at 15:30 on September 27. Talking about the preparations for this round, the head coach Cui Kangxi first said: "Tomorrow the team will usher in the last game of this stage. I hope that the players can continue their previous hard work to the end. The team can go to today. , Also rely on our players, I hope they can confidently and boldly play tomorrow to help the team achieve a good result."
Speaking of the current state of the team, Cui Kangxi responded: “The players are currently very tired, and physical fitness is also the focus of the coaching staff. Although a lot of preparations have been made, players like Peng Xinli cannot avoid playing consecutive games. The players showed valuable will and quality and overcome many difficulties. Although we played in the Chinese class last game, the team did a very good job in tactical execution and achieved good results. Today, we still need to pass training. Let’s observe the players’ state, we will definitely go all out to play tomorrow’s game."
The team achieved a long-lost victory last game, but the team did not celebrate after the game. In this regard, Cui Kangxi explained: "The long-lost victory really makes everyone very happy, but after all we have not completed the set goals. The team needs to win tomorrow's game in order to say that the first phase of the goal has been completed. The players should have the same thoughts as me, so they exercised restraint. I also hope that the players can continue their good mentality and play well tomorrow."
Peng Xinli, who also attended the press conference, said: "Tomorrow is the last round of this stage and the most important game. We are physically and psychologically prepared and hope to win the game tomorrow."
Speaking of the last game and Bi Jinhao's outstanding performance, Peng Xinli said frankly: "We used to play together when we were young, and we have a certain tacit understanding with each other. I hope the good luck of the last game will continue to tomorrow's game."