Real Betis Coach Gabriel Calderon says his side know what they have to do in the second leg of their Europa League tie with rivals Sevilla tomorrow.
In what is turning into an extraordinary season for the Verdiblancos, the 54-year-old also said he would not take victory in the competition if it meant relegation to the Segunda.
“The team have confidence because 2-0 is a good first leg result,” Calderon said at his pre-match Press conference. “But the tie still has 90 minutes left and we are playing a strong team.
“Sevilla have to believe they will still go through, I would think the same.
“We are really pleased with the first leg result but tomorrow we will have a lot of humility and confidence.
“We know what we have to do.
“We are going to go out there tomorrow to score and to win the game.
“We’re going out to win because if you go out to draw, you lose.
“I would not agree now to win the Europa League and go down to the Segunda.
“I want to win tomorrow, my motto in life has always been to go step by step and to want to win all the time.”