In the final of Glass of Rey
The merengue Theo: "I always have win to win to the Barça"
Published:26/05/2017 - 11:01h
Updated:27/05/2017 - 22:40h
Afterwards and have signed his pass to the Real Madrid for the next season, the left-handed side of the Sportive Alavés Theo Hernández will live his last meeting with the Basque group in front of the eternal rival merengue, the FC Barcelona, in the final of the Glass of Rey
In an interview conceded to the journalist Iñaki Ugalde, the defender of the Athletic of Madrid, yielded in the Sportive Alavés but already fichado by the Real Madrid, Theo Hernández answered to several questions. The French this motivated to contest the final of the Glass of the King this Saturday in front of the FC Barcelona, in a duel where always sees motivated to win him to the culés.
"I always have win to win to the Barça. It is a big team and go to try it with all the illusion of the world", began saying on the duel. Theo thinks that his can win them to the Barcelona as "already we win them there, in the Camp Nou, in League".
A final that is his dream and by which renounced to go summoned with France Sub 20: "I wanted to play this big final because for me is a dream". And it is that from the beginning I integrate in the team of Pellegrino, where "with the work and effort of all the team are in a big final".
Very difficult detain to Leo Messi
The typical question on Leo Messi and how stop him could not fail, the same that the typical answer. "It is very difficult to stop him, but go to do all the possible to try it", sustained.
And although the Barça is the favourite, affirms that it does not be necessary to forget of the babazorros. "(The Barça) Always is favourite, by all what has won. But we go to go out to bite and to try win the final", explained.
Finally, it concluded leaving clear that the line to be followed it is to play as in the first party of League in front of the Catalans "because play in the Camp Nou and win 1-2 is very beautiful. What have to do now is to go on doing the work that are doing and compete".