Iñigo Martínez: “These moments are rarely lived”

first_imgIñigo highlighted the capacity for suffering in Elche Y Tenerife with drugstores and penalties to circumvent rivals of Second: “The work of the team has been brutal, very few teams would have turned around in Elche with one less and, based on sacrifice and wanting, we knew how to get the game forward and today the same, with the lines together, long suffering back because they filtered many passes. “Mirandés, Granada and Real in the hype this Friday: “Anyone will be complicated, no one expected these four teams in the semi-finals. We have a great opportunity to reach the final.” The international defender said that “this is not paid, it remains for a lifetime how we received the fans, we owed it.” The greatest joy of rojiblanco to date: “Yes, of course, these moments are rarely lived, it is increasingly difficult and we with even more reason.” Iñigo Martínez he couldn’t hide his share of joy after the crush of the Athletic before him Barça: “It has been a past, a barbarity there have been three seconds that I could not even react to the emotion and I did not believe it, I have seen everyone run and enjoyed,” said the central ondarrutarra just after the game. “I want to enjoy with my family and I don’t care about the semifinals rival, we have faced Barça, one goes on and the other stays. ““We have all suffered and paddled in the same direction, we have seized the opportunity we have had,” insisted the central, who remembered that there is nothing left but to tie the males to an opponent like Barça: “With Barça you have to suffer, even with Madrid, you stayed at the doors, even more. They have had their chances, but they have not taken advantage of them.”last_img read more

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ICC World T20: Team will share Ben Stokes’ pain, says Eoin Morgan

first_imgWest Indies needed 19 runs to win off the last over and the bowler was Ben Stokes, completely unaware of what was there in store for him.Carlos Brathwaite nailed four successive sixes off Stokes to seal the game for West Indies and leave the bowler distraught and drained. However, England skipper Eoin Morgan extended his support and said Stokes was not at fault. (West Indies were better than us, says Eoin Morgan )”He’s a fantastic bowler, he got two early wicket, the rebuilding allowed us to put something on the board and the bowlers got us close. We showed an immense amount of character in the tournament, not quite done enough to win it. I truly believe this is only the start of something special. It’s not his fault, we’re all in this together, we enjoy our wins – and the pain will be shared tonight,” Morgan said.Morgan said his team didn’t had enough runs on the board on a batting wicket. “Congratulations to the West Indies, they were better… Huge highs and lows for us. Never sure going into the final over. We were certainly in the game, put ourselves in a position to win the game. We didn’t have enough runs on the board, it was a really good batting surface, maybe 180-90 was part,” Morgan said. (Marlon Samuels fined for using abusive language )A late blitz from Brathwaite, with 34 off 10 balls, and a stupendous 85 not out from Marlon Samuels ensured West Indies a thrilling four-wicket victory at the Eden Gardens last night. This is the second World T20 title for West Indies, who had previously won it in 2012.advertisementlast_img read more

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