THE URUGUAYAN IN A VIDEO OF 'BEKO'
Luis Suárez confesses who were his idols of small
Published:3/07/2017 - 23:44h
Updated:3/07/2017 - 23:51h
The Uruguayan forward of the FC Barcelona has conceded a brief interview for a promotional act of "Beko" and between other things has wanted to reveal who were the players that more marked him when he was small. Some surprise there is
Of these videos that allow to know a bit more in depth to the players. And already we know that Luis Suárez out of the terrains of game is a calm type, docile and a lot of the prank. It likes him speak in environments relaxed and is used to to have always good memories of his origins, something that supposes a mine for the journalists.
In a video of the sponsor of the Barcelona 'Beko', the forward culé confessed that his favourite players of boy were Enzo Francescoli, legend of Uruguay, and Gabriel Batitusta, big forward of Argentina. The first was a mediapunta with a spectacular technician whereas the second was until the arrival of Messi the maximum goleador of the albiceleste.
The Barcelona footballer inspired in these two footballers until turning into one of the best attackers of the world. But for this it is necessary to trace back to the origins, that never are easy: "The fields in Uruguay are difficult, the conditions are not the most suitable, but always bring me beautiful memories", affirmed.
Besides, Luis Suárez affirmed that, apart from these two cracks, his family had been another of the keys to achieve all what has. "Obviously, the family is fundamental", aimed. The big reality is that the charrúa always leaves see carrying to the school to his boys or hangs a lot of images in Instagram with his family.
An undesirable threw his statue in Jump
It is of these news that do not like to explain. It occurred the same night that married Messi and Antonella. An individual drunkard demolished the statue that has erigida the Uruguayan forward in his natal place, in Jump, to some 500km of the capital of Uruguay -Montevideo-. Luckily it detained him and the statue, of big tourist interest, goes back to be in his place.