Offbeat Cueto: "I do not care how many points we have forwards, behind or sideways"
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Cologne's wingflitzer Lucas Cueto has revealed in a club-internal interview why he estimates the home, which is his motto and why Viktoria has in the last Weeks so well cut off.
Since five games Viktoria Cologne is unbeaten in the 3rd league, most recently there was a 1: 1 against Unterhaching. Against the table deadline from Bavaria, a corner was reached in the 86th minute to keep a point on the Rhine. But the last games are not a matter of course: Since the 6th matchday, the Victoria in the table was almost only down. In the meantime, it slipped into 16th place, and was only a rank above the descent zone. With the point win against Haching, the team of Olaf Janßen has ranked in 10th place and has a seven-point upholstery on the relegation places even closer to it is 0 and Saarbrücken, which until recently narrowed the rise candidates until recently.
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"My personal goal is to win every game. Since I do not care how many points we have forward, at the back or sideways," says Cueto in an interview on the club website. Soothing should be the upward trend nevertheless, because with such a form, the Cologne will soon have nothing to do with the descent.
"I know where I have to stand to bring me in the right position and then meet." - Lucas Cueto
"I believe that we have become clearly greedy in recent weeks to win games," Cueto analyzes the trend. In fact, since February 21, the Viktoria has set as many victories as in the first 22 games of the season namely five. The dot yield since the end of February: 16 of 24 possible counters. His part has also contributed Cueto, who shot a goal in four out of five wins. "I know where to stand to put me in the right position and then to meet. My biggest weapon is of course my pace. That helps me a lot," the 25-year-old knows me.
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return home Only a secondary role
The native of Cologne is after stations in St. Gallen and Münster back in the home. From 2014 to 2015 he played at the city rivals 1. FC Cologne, but the outer railway player has never been so dangerous like the Viktoria: In 27 games, he shot eleven goals and is the best scorer of his team. "That I feel very well in Cologne is no secret. I grew up here and a large part of my family lives here, of course that's an important feel-good factor." His door hazard to justifying the return to Cologne, he thinks, however, for false: "I do not think I'm bringing my achievements only. It is a beautiful minor matter but has no big impact."
groundbreaking games against strong opponents
In the next few weeks, Viktoria Köln must then show whether the last games were a coincidence or whether the curve points upwards longer term. While the Rheinlander could last score points against opponents from the lower table region, the tabular neighbors from Zwickau and teams are followed in the near future, which play further up, such as 1860, Verl or Dresden. Fortunately, Cueto has searched for a suitable motto: "My motto is to be a better player tomorrow than today." On Sunday (13 o'clock) it goes for the Domstädter against FSV Zwickau. The Saxons play on Wednesday evening (5 pm) in the catch-up game in Kaiserslautern.
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