After scoring his first Goal, Sergio Canales, the new Spanish star, talked about his team’s motivation
The latest match of Spain against the Netherlands brought about two precise massages. First, Ramos, current Spanish Captain, beat the Italian goalkeeper in the number of internarial games, and the next one was scoring the second goal by Sergio Canales.
In a short interview after the match, although canals talked about his team’s passion directing them toward, he added, “the draw was a shame” because “the team had the mentality and the will”
It is undeniable that Canales is one the best payers of Real Betis who is doing his job excellently as a midfielder during this season of Lalige. Apparently, his Chilean coach Manuel Pellegrini knows how to bring out the best in him and use his potential ability in the matches.
“I’m happy to help the team [by scoring the goal],” Canales told Teledeporte in quotes carried by Diario de Sevilla. “The draw was a shame because the team had the mentality and the desire [to win]. After my goal, the victory would have been magnificent, but the Netherlands is a very strong rival.
“In the first half, we played well going forward and controlled the game, although they had more of the ball. We were comfortable, especially with the spaces behind their defense. In the second half, they came out strong, but we recovered and created several chances. It was a very close match.”
In the Nations League, La Roja’s next two battles are against Switzerland and Germany. In this league, they hold first place in their group and above Germany and Switzerland.
“The ambition of the team is enormous, and we’re looking forward to Saturday,” Canales also added. “We have two finals now, and we’ll go out to win both. It’s our obligation.”