HE ALSO SPOKE ABOUT MESSI
Ter Stegen defends Suárez: "Luis has covered many mouths tonight"
Published:3/10/2019 - 07:57h
Updated:3/10/2019 - 07:57h
Marc-André ter Stegen spoke after the triumph of FC Barcelona over Inter Milan. The German goalkeeper saved the Catalans from a clear goal in the first half, but wanted to focus on Luis Suárez, hero of the clash
The FC Barcelona arrived with life to the second part against the Inter, between other things, thanks to Marc-André ter Stegen. Once again, and already they go too many for a team of the level of the Barça, the German archer saved to the culés in the first-half. The ex of the Borussia Mönchengladbach was decisive in the first time and took out a goal sung of Lautaro Martínez.
The Argentinian forward, that went back crazy to all the defence barcelonista in the first 45 minutes, finished of head a big centre of Candreva, but found with the hard hand of Ter Stegen. The put blaugrana threw of reflections and took out the finish of the interista 'in extremis' when practically already celebrated the goal. Paradón Of the guardameta to avoid a 0-2 that it could have been impossible to trace back.
But in spite of his performance and of his unemployed, Ter Stegen preferred to stand out to Luis Suárez after the meeting. The German spoke with the means and defended to the charrúa, that came being very criticised by his start of course and his performance in Europe. "Surely, Luis has covered a lot of mouths tonight", aimed the germano.
In addition to standing out to the '9', the goalkeeper of the FC Barcelona also highlighted the main importance of Leo Messi in the crash. The Argentinian did not mark, but went back to be the best and participated of direct way in the two so many of the Uruguayan. "With Messi all is much easier. It gives passes, goals, assistances...", it explained.
Ter Stegen Did not hide last it that it was the meeting for the interests of a Barça that suffered it indecible to take out the three points. The Inter was very upper in the first time and could sentence if it had been finer in the last metres. The archer has it clear and elogió the fight of his. "We have suffered and struggled to the end", commented.
It spoke of the managerial clash/players
Finally, to all the footballers that spoke after the crash asked after them the relation of the changing room with the directive. Gerard Hammered commanded them a dart the past weekend, but Ter Stegen preferred to not to wet and said that everything is well. "Between the team and the club all is in order, want to win always and for this is necessary to be together", finalised.