Koke Resurrection, captain of Atlético de Madrid, admitted that Real Madrid was “fair” v.champion of the Champions League. In addition, he assured that he made a competition “spectacular” and buried the controversy with Thibaut Courtois, who assured that he is now in “the good side of history”.
“Of course it was fair, Real Madrid had a spectacular Champions League. He eliminated the greatest, beyond the comebacks. Until the final whistle is blown, the referee doesn’t finish the match and if they have won it’s because they deserve it. They are fair winners and it doesn’t matter if they do it one way or another because what they remember you for in the end is for winning”, He stated at a press conference in Prague with the national team.
Koke was asked about Courtois’ phrase and wanted to close the controversy. “You don’t have to give more importance to what he said, it’s his opinion and you have to respect it. Beyond the good and bad side, we are a team and a fan base and we must never forget where one comes from and try to respect it as much as possible. What Thibaut said is past.” sentenced.
Koke and the Spanish National Team
The Spanish team is looking for its first victory in Prague in the third edition of the League of Nations in which it premiered with a draw in Seville against Portugal. Koke’s balance was good. “We feel strong, we played a good game, we could have won because we had more chances, more possession, the draw was a shame but this is long and tomorrow we want to play a good game. We wanted to win all four games and we want to start doing it tomorrow”.
“I would like to score a goal with the national team”, confessed. “I’ve played many games, I haven’t had the opportunity and I want to do it. I’m doing everything possible to achieve it, but if I don’t and the team wins, I’m just as happy because the important thing is that the team wins, but I’d like to score goals”. Koke said.
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