Moor: Second half goal killed our spirits

Defender looking for positives in disappointed road loss to LA

Drew Moor

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Colorado Defender Drew Moor following the 2-0 loss to the Galaxy in LA:

On LA midfielder Christian Wilhelmsson:
“He looked dangerous. Obviously he has some good players to play off of, in Landon and Robbie Kean. He got a goal and I thought we could have dealt with it better, but he’s a dangerous player, and somebody that will probably fit in well within their system.”
 
On trying to defend against the Galaxy:
“Robbie and Landon, they feed off of each other well and they seem to always know what each other are doing, and we need to see it quicker than that. I thought it was a well taken goal, but I think we needed to deal with it better. We just can’t let guys like that get in behind us. That’s what they were looking for. Like I said, it was well taken by them, but we need to deal with that better.”
 
On what Colorado did well:
“I think there’s always positives to take away from a game, the last 15 minutes of the first half we created some chances. Unfortunately I thought we gave up a soft goal about halfway through the second half that killed our spirits a little but, but we still created chances. Connor got in behind, Omar got in behind a couple times, and those are the little things you have to look for to stay positive off of. We had a couple of corner kicks that we should probably take better advantage of, but in a tough result like this you have to go look for some of those positives.”