Please imagine a soccer team loses and one of the players who feels guilty in that loss is deeply sad because of this happening. The team trainer notices that and wants to ask one of the player's closest teammates to go to him and cool him down. The friend goes and sits next to him and starts to talk. I was wondering if someone could let me know which one of the following bold statements of the self-made sentences below would sound natural in this scenario:
Hey, come on man. Everything is OK. My words are not consolation, but all people make mistakes and you should not feel this guilty.
Hey, come on man. Everything is OK. I don’t mean to console you, but all people make mistakes and you should not feel this guilty.
For me, they both work, but I doubt if they are the ways a native speaker would say it.