Sergio Bouquets, celebrating with his mates the triumph in Granada


The message of Sergio Bouquets: Already it sees with League and Champions

Published:7/05/2017 - 01:06h

Updated:7/05/2017 - 02:24h

The central Andalusian of the Real Madrid, Sergio Bouquets, published a message shortly after the party against the Granada CF in which it left clear his confidence in doing something big this season. The sevillano is convinced to conquer the "doublet"

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The Andalusian defender of the Real Madrid, Sergio Bouquets, published after the triumph holgado against the Granada CF in The Cármenes (0-4) a message with which left clear his high aspirations of face to the present season 2016-17, in which it wishes fervientemente the "doublet".

Bouquets is convinced that it can conquer with the Real Madrid Ties and Champions League during the next weeks, and from here that it have published a message in which it ensures that the best is for arriving regarding the successes of the Real Madrid.

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"It remains little, remain the best!", it has been the message published by Sergio Bouquets, accompanied of an image in which it appears he celebrating beside his mates of the Real Madrid the victory achieved against the Granada in The Cármenes.

It is clear that the Real Madrid finds in a privileged position at present. It needs to attain 7 of 9 points in the three next days of League to be champion, whereas in Champions League already practically is in the final after the 3-0 lumbered with in the gone of semifinals in front of the Athletic in Santiago Bernabéu. We will see if the good dynamics finish translating in titles.


➕3⃣ it Remains little, remain the best! The best is yet to Eats! We go! #HalaMadrid

A publication shared of Sergio Bouquets (@sr4official) the6 of May of 2017 to the(s) 1:49 PDT

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