Belgium coach can not explain Switzerland's resounding surprise 5-2

Belgium coach Roberto Martinez expressed his disappointment after the 5-2 loss to Switzerland in the sixth and final round of the UEFA Champions League. 
Belgium had a 2-0 lead in the first 15 minutes, but Switzerland managed to beat the score, winning five, and reaching the semi-finals by taking the lead in the front-goal range against the Red Devils. 
"It is very difficult to find an explanation for what happened in the game," Martinez told

France-based L'Equipe newspaper. "We started well, but we gave Switzerland the chance to come back." 
"I am disappointed that we are in second place on goal difference in direct encounters, but this match will make us more focused in the future."
"The most painful thing is that we have started well, but we must know what mistakes we have made." 
Martinez denied that vanity was the cause of the defeat. "We did not feel arrogant, but they surprised us with counter-attacks, and we did not play well in the game," Martinez said. 
The two teams are equal in face-to-face matches, with the Belgian team winning 2-1 at home, before the Swiss team won 5-2 to touch the difference in goals scored in the two games, which was in favor of the Swiss, after equal points with 9 for each tea
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