The Argentinian defender of the barça protested angrily some actions

Mascherano: "In any moment was missing to the respect"

Mascherano: "In any moment was missing to the respect"

Published:22/01/2015 - 10:14h


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The Argentinian defender of the FC Barcelona, Javier Mascherano, asked pardon to the referee González González by his excesses to the hour to protest some actions of the party against the Athletic of Madrid but left clear that did not be him to the respect in any moment

In statements conceded in mixed zone to "just " Channel after the party of gone of quarter-finals of Glass of the King against the Athletic of Madrid, Javier Mascherano asked pardon by the way airada that had to protest some actions of the meeting to the referee González González, that showed him the yellow card. "I make a mistake, but one was ebullient in this moment and with the pulsaciones high. Afterwards you see it all colder. In any moment was missing him to the respect, but in any case the tone in that I headed to he was not the suitable".

In relation to how developed the party, Mascherano signalled that "the 1-0 is a valuable result" and that in general lines "did a good party. The best is that we will go to the Calderón without goal fit. It is important to have won, because there it will be hard". 

It commissioned to praise, nevertheless, to the Athletic of Madrid. "It is a rival that knows what does, that no you of leaves spaces neither gives you possibilities. All what does does it with sense. It commits few failures". And of face to the party of turn, ensured that "we do not go to go thinking in the marker. We are not a team accustomed to defend all the party. We have to go to the ours, can not put in risk the eliminatory", concluded the Argentinian.

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