Slovenian Jan Oblak, Atletico Madrid goalkeeper, after losing his team in the Spanish Super Cup final on penalties to Real Madrid, admitted that his team was "disappointed" and indicated that he did not have "enough chance to win" at the final and stressed that "we must raise our head."

"I congratulated the Real Madrid players. We are disappointed. We wanted to win this cup but we did not have enough luck to win it," Roqueblantos captain said in a televised statement after the match ended.

"She studies and looks at the penalty shoot-out, but in the end the player who pays the ball is the one who decides where to hit it. Our bad luck lies in paying the balls and scoring them. And we unfortunately we lost two cards. This is football, it is like a lottery. We did not have enough luck to win."

Asked about the snapshot of Merengue player Fede Valverde for Atleto striker Alparo Morata while he was alone with goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, Oplak said, "It is difficult to talk about this. It is not good to see this but he did so in order not to score. It is an explicit red card. He decided this. We did not take this dangerous opportunity as required. "

"I think we tightened our control over the game. We created gravity while carrying out counter-attacks. We didn't have any real opportunities but we were close and we just missed to score," said Atleti goalkeeper.

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