Netease Sports reported on October 16:
At the post-match press conference, Cannavaro denounced the starting lineup, but expressed satisfaction with the scores. He believed that Evergrande had to let the opponent slap in order to enter the game; it was revealed that it was punishment for Wei Shihao to push him at the airport.
Cannavaro summed up the game: "The whole game is divided into two parts. Of course, to be honest, the lineup in the first half is so determined, and there are certain requirements, because the first half is different according to the technical and tactical requirements. Tactical play. But the players are not confident, handle the ball slowly, lack resoluteness, and the offense is not smooth. The offensive routine we are familiar with has not been shown. After the loss of the ball appeared, we have already planned and adjusted in the second half, and we have mastered it again Take the initiative, luck is also good, created and seized the opportunity. The old problem, you have to be slapped by the opponent to enter the game state.
Commenting on Wei Shihao, Cannavaro said: "Do you think his hair looks good? It’s simply impossible to see. Wei Shihao pushed me with a BMX at the airport. This is a punishment. Everyone is pushing luggage, but he doesn’t push it. So push me without pushing luggage. This is the story itself. Sometimes, some players’ appearances don’t represent his heart. The appearances are the appearances, but what they think in their minds is something else. Before the game, I told him He had a brief exchange, do you plan to play 65 minutes, or come off the bench to change the game, he definitely told me that he hopes to help the team in the last 30 minutes. This is enough to see his changes and know when he can bring the ball Team help. I am very strict with him because he plays for a position with very capable foreign players and naturalized players."
Commenting on Wu Shaocong, Cannavaro said: "A very practical player, with multiple positions and full-backs. He is young and has room for improvement. I like him because he is very serious, very serious in training, and professional. The quality does not say that any coach will like him."