Hugo Lloris: “To grow we need important matches”

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the captain of France, Hugo Llorisbelieve that France He did everything to put himself in a position to advance to the World Cup in Qatar, but on the eve of the quarterfinals against Poland, the goalkeeper believes that “important games are necessary to grow”.

“The team knows what is at stake, that it is entering a new phase, if you win you go on, if you lose you go home. We will try to do everything possible to continue. We want to continue growing as a team and as a group and for important games are needed for this”, said the goalkeeper.

At this stage of the competition, crywho lived through all the last moments of glory of Francebut as well as failures, ensures that “every detail is important” and that “talent will be needed in the condition that it is effective, that it is accompanied by mental needs and concentration”.

“One mistake sends you home, concentration can do the details in your way,” he said.

you know well cry who defended France’s goal in the round of 16 of the last European Championship, when they fell in a penalty shootout against Switzerland. “This example shows us that in a game like this you can’t rest, you have to play hard at all levels, physically and mentally. We have to play the whole game”, said the goalkeeper, who would prefer to prevent the rivalry was settled in a penalty shootout.

i make mistakes Franceaccording to its captain, considering that Poland only has Robert Lewandowski, “one of the best ‘9’ in the world, an important element”, but part of “a group, a team that defends well and knows how to suffer”..

In fact, cry he praised his teammate Wojciech Szczesny, “who is having a fantastic tournament and thanks to him Poland came here”.

Source: La Verdad

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