HANOVER, June 16 (Reuters) - Mexico goalkeeper Oswaldo Sanchez bemoaned his team's failure to kill off Angola despite having most of the possession in their World Cup Group D tie on Friday.
'We have to keep working so that they go in against Portugal (on Wednesday).'
Sanchez said the Mexicans were upset at failing to secure victory.
'I don't think anyone's happy about it,' he said.
Angola coach Luis Oliveira Goncalves disagreed with Sanchez's assessment of the game.
'Angola controlled the match and this draw is a signal that Angola is here at the tournament and is building a very good team,' said Goncalves.
'It was a good performance against a strong Mexican team.'