They say talented players win you games, but talented goalkeepers win championships. Following this lemma, if the real Madrid crown it VI International edition of LaLiga Promises I would, to a large extent, William Poncea cat under white goal poles.
This is not something that surprised many, as his name has resonated in recent years as one of the great quarry projects of real Madridas if just not in Thibaut Courtois, his reference, a diamond on the rough bottom of the sticks. Tall and agile like the Belgian Guille, who is of Cuban descent, did not concede a goal in the first three games of the competition, in which he played them all, that he was the only one to achieve that victory. Quickly leaving the line, boldly leaving the line and flying to the crossbar, the strikers had a mountain of confidence to score.
Yesterday, Guille was key in the quarterfinal penalty shootout against Sevilla. The Real Madrid goalkeeper, who dared to shoot but failed, corrected that mistake with his feet by saving two decisive penalties, which were almost three, to invite his teammates to dream.
Source: La Verdad
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