The former Liverpool goalkeeper Diego Cavalieri has said that the recent record of the Brazilian club Fluminense of having drawn the recent three matches is extremely poor. The former Liverpool goalkeeper is currently playing for Brazilian club Fluminense, who are one of the top clubs in Brazil.
As a result, it becomes a major issue even if they do not win for a few matches on the bounce. It has been the case in recent weeks after they have drawn three consecutive matches, which has led to a lot of pressure on the club. Diego Cavalieri has said that the fans are extremely right when they criticise the club for not winning for three consecutive matches.
The matches against Figueirense, Santos, and Internacional have finished as a draw, which is a major disappointment for the club as they are looking to win the league title this season. After having played six matches in the competition so far, the club are currently in the fifth position. However, it is largely due to the three matches they have drawn in the opening rounds of the season. They still have a great chance of recovering from this position and finishing top of the table.
“You have to make points at home against opponents for the title. We point out. We need the win against the Portuguese would not have to be chasing after. Three consecutive draws is horrible. Better winning one and losing two to get the victory tiebreaker criteria. We let points slip at home for the second time. Saturday we have to win, “said Diego Cavalieri after the 0-0 draw with Internacional. The club will be taking on Portuguesa, who are currently in the ninth position in the table. Diego Cavalieri has said that it is a must win game now.