The ex of the Barça, key
Vidal desveló the premonition of Bravo in the penaltis
Published:29/06/2017 - 10:01h
Updated:29/06/2017 - 10:20h
After turning into hero of Chile when stopping the three penaltis that kicked him, Arturo Vidal desveló that Claudio Bravo had clear the number of maximum penalties that would stop him to Portugal. The exportero of the FC Barcelona needed a night like this
If there is somebody that needed a magic night in this Glass Confederations like which occurred him this Wednesday that is, beyond all doubt, Claudio Bravo. After the press attacked him and even beat mediáticamente after his first season in the Manchester City, the ex of the FC Barcelona achieved callarlos to all.
Bravo signed a big performance during the 120 minutes of party that rounded stopping the three penaltis that kicked him the Portuguese group. Something that, on the other hand, there would be desvelado to his mates instants before beginning the batch. Like this it revealed it the own Arturo Vidal.
"Before the batch said that it would detain two or three penaltis. It said it exactly like this. It is our leader and have a big confidence in him", aimed the midfield player of the Bayern of Munich in the tunnel of changing rooms of the stadium Kazán Sand.
Claudio Bravo already was key in the finals of Glass America
It did not forget Vidal to stand out that Bravo already had been crucial in the two finals of Glass America in front of Argentina. Thus it defined him like a cancerbero "extraordinary and impredecible".
"I think that today we deserved more the victory and the pass to the final, since we always look to the contrary goal and had a lot of occasions of goal. Also we deserved the final because we take down to the champion of Europe", aimed on the party.
But the sudamericanos do not remain here, as according to "the king Arturo" now remains the best: "Have a lot of dreams still but already are in the final. Now to rest and to think in what it comes. In the final expects us a party in front of Germany or Mexico, two big teams".