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A disappointed Emmanuel Gyasi has reacted to Spezia's draw against Sassuolo.

An enthralling encounter was played out in the Serie A on Sunday between Emmanuel Gyasi's Spezia and Sassuolo.

 

Many have already described the match which had people on the edge of their seats and ended 2-2 as an higher tenacious game of the season.

 

Spezia, who had looked threatening in the early stages, took the lead through Rey Manaj from a well worked set piece in the 35th minute. 

 

Gyasi fired the Aquilotti's into a 2-0 lead two minutes after half time, but Sassuolo responded to the setback well, though, and two goals from Giacomo Raspadori 'useless' Spezia in the last twenty five minutes.

 

The Italo-Ghanaian forward says he was not happy with the points dropped but is focused on the next game.

 

"This season is important for me because we need to reconfirm ourselves. We are a young group, with many new players and a new coach, we have to be always focused and prove that we can stay in Serie A," Gyasi indicated after the game.

 

"Our fans give us a lot of energy, they always push us to give our best; to come back and score under the Ferrovia was an incredible emotion.

 

"We really wanted this game, the three points were fundamental for us and it's a shame we couldn't get them home. We gave our best, all of us, against a great team, but there are certain situations in which we have to be more resolute. Raspadori was very good, after the first goal we had to be more careful and avoid the second one."

 

Gyasi, 27, who is also the vice captain has advised his teammates to focus on the upcoming games as they aim to remain in the Italian top flight this season.

 

"We have a lot of very close games ahead of us, I think we have to continue to play as we did today, with this determination and team spirit, listening to the coach and trying to give our best, only in this way we can end this first half of the season in the best possible way," he concluded.

 

By: Pascal Nii Gogo Amoah

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