Benavídez: “I love the Spanish Second Division, it’s very intense”


Regarding the World Cup in Qatar, the Uruguayan said that “I have blind faith in Uruguay and I hope it does well. After what happened with Argentina, I haven’t said anything to Tenaglia, absolute respect.” In fact, he compared the environment in Mendizorroza with the one he lived in in Argentina. “She is crazy, I like her a lot. They are people who support us for 90 minutes and who allow us to adapt to different game situations. Here the important thing is to add, either three by three or one by one, ”he commented.

Benavídez also spoke about his expulsion against Zaragoza in Mendizorroza for a tough tackle on Mollejo. “It is a play that I have in my head and that surely I will not get out of my mind until I play the next game. I was very far from the ball and I played it. The coach tells me that he should be more careful in these situations, so I can now promise repentance and reflection, ”he added. The Uruguayan will return this Saturday against Villarreal B, a subsidiary that “has a lot of quality and danger from set pieces,” he said.

Regarding the progress of the team, he pointed out that “we are on the right track and I think this season is being very nice. I know people who already told me about the Second Spanish but now I have realized that it is really intense, I love it. The key will be not to relax at any time and trust in our possibilities. On a personal level, I feel the confidence of the coach from the first moment and what I can offer is work and, if you can’t play, support your teammates”.

Coinciding on the field with players like Salva Sevilla or Jon Guriid is also marking Carlos Benavídez, a footballer more accustomed to cutting balls and exercising defensive tasks in the pivot. The others are then in charge of creating and looking up. “The truth It is that they are people with an incredible hierarchy and I am very comfortable with them and with the rest of my colleagues”, he sentenced. Alavés returns to training tomorrow Thursday and its coach, Luis García Plaza, will offer the preview on Friday morning.


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