Unai Emery reflected that neither Sevilla nor Levante deserved more than a point on Sunday evening, but that his team can learn from this.
A drab 0-0 was played out in Week 2 at Ciutat de Valencia, as Los Nervionenses and Los Granotes both picked up a first point of the season, after defeats in Week 1.
“We wanted a solid game and we have lacked what we have had in other games, which is a more offensive capacity,” commented Emery afterwards.
“This is a game that everything was set to end evenly and that nobody wanted to risk losing in. This left the game at the mercy of specific plays and strategy and thus it proved, but without clarity.
“There have been many corners and free-kicks and these have proven the way to goal. We have to learn from this as, although we are not happy because we wanted to win, we did not deserve any more.
“They looked for an error from us, but we had few. We had more chances but clearly, it is a fair draw and a further step to learn from our dissatisfaction, because the result is not enough.”