Neil Warnock has said that Emiliano Sala would have been proud of Cardiff City after their win against Bournemouth.
The Bluebirds won their contest against the Cherries by 2-0 as Bobby Reid scored a brace.
Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock has said that Emiliano Sala would have been proud of his side’s performance after the Bluebirds defeated Bournemouth by 2-0 at the Cardiff City Stadium in their last Premier League encounter. The former Nantes striker was set to join his teammates at the Welsh club after agreeing on a move to the Premier League club this January. However, the plane carrying him went missing as the player was on his way to Wales and has not been found as of yet.
Speaking to the media after the match, the English gaffer said, “The crowd were amazing and it’s been a very emotional 10 days.”
He added, “It can’t be helped and I thought we played well against a decent team like Bournemouth. We worked on a system and it worked a treat today. Emiliano Sala would’ve been really proud of us tonight. Emiliano was a super guy. I met him for a couple of months and it just got hold of me walking across to the fans — it is an emotional time. It was great for the club to get the win today.”