It’s super, it’s just super. So we knew it, we have to talk about the weather because of how we can travel already since three, four days. But it was clear [there] will be a storm, wind will come. So you know it but it’s really different to then play football in it. Again, the boys took it completely.
It was a difficult game. Bournemouth did really well – they had their moments. In life, in football, from time to time you need luck and tonight, for sure, in one or two moments Bournemouth could have finished the situations a little bit better but it’s an inch on the foot and not more. Then Darwin shows his class and put the game pretty much to bed for us. It’s an unbelievable goal. We had much bigger chances in the whole game – like five, six, seven – but that was the goal we needed. He did it. Everybody was really working extremely hard and that’s what you want. And now we drive home, long trip but we would have had to do that anyway. But with going to the next round, it feels much better.
On whether Nunez used the wind to help assist the goal…
If you can do that, that’s really good. You have a look where is it going – that would be outstanding. You’d have to ask him, I didn’t. I just enjoyed the goal.