Willy Caballero yesterday night made a crucial save on Nelson Oliveira’s penalty and this was crucial for Chelsea to progress to Fa Cup‘s fourth round with the Blues who will face Newcastle.
Speaking to Chelsea official website, today Chelsea’s goalkeeper said he is happy with the outcome of the game vs Norwich City and with his performance.
“It was an important save because we went through to the next round,” Caballero said. “As the game was finishing we conceded in the 94th minute, which was unfair because we played very well and created many chances to score the second goal. I had the opportunity to help the team with the penalty so I’m happy. I don’t like to go to a penalty shoot-out. I’ve had good experiences in them but I would prefer to win a game in 90 minutes or extra-time because it’s a different feeling. If you lose on penalties it’s a massive frustration.”
Caballero then, also had his say on Var: “We need time to adapt to the new technology instrument because for players, supporters and the people who watch the game, it’s important to learn about it. It’s important for all the players to learn all of the rules and understand how the VAR works. It’s so difficult to be a referee at this level, only a few can do it. The work the referee does is so hard and they have my respect when they make a decision.”