Atlético de Madrid striker Luis Suárez arrived in Uruguay this Sunday, where he assured that he is “very enthusiastic” about defending Celeste again and grateful to the public for the trust they have in the team.
“We went from having little support to selling out tickets right away. It’s good that people continue to trust this team,” the soccer player told the press at the Carrasco International Airport.
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Likewise, he remarked that he is “very enthusiastic” and with “the illusion and the same desire as always” to defend Uruguay in order to seal the ticket to the World Cup.
“We are lucky that the classification depends on us,” said the striker, who also spoke about Peru, Celeste’s first rival in the final double day.
Asked about the absence of attackers Jefferson Farfán and Paolo Guerrero, Suárez assured that this does not generate any peace of mind for his team because those led by the Argentine Ricardo Gareca have several players who are summoned for something.
In accordance with this, he highlighted the Italian-Peruvian Gianluca Lapadula, whom he described as “a great player” who is “fundamental” to the coach’s approach.
“We both have the chance to go to the World Cup, I think we are both with the same desire, the same enthusiasm. We have the advantage of being local, that we are very grateful to the people for having filled the stadium and that they have confidence in us”, he commented.
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