Chelsea midfielder Enzo Fernández spoke for the first time after the coronation of the Argentine National Team and said that every time he talks about the Argentine star Lionel Messi, he “gets goosebumps” and he confessed that he benched him before he resigned from the Albiceleste after the 2016 Copa América.
“Whenever I talk about Messi I get goosebumps. I thank him for how he is as a person, with me and with everyone. There are no words left to say what he does for all Argentines”referred to his relationship with Messi in statements with TyC Sports.
following the line, Fernandez revived for a moment with Lionel Messithe match against Mexico for the second date, before he scored the goal to seal the victory for Argentina: “Before the corner, Leo told me to come closer to play. When I receive, a defender is left in front of me, I faced him and hit the goal. During the celebration, Messi comes to hug me as if to say, did you see that I told you, son of a p… It was very exciting. Also, everyone congratulated me, we were very happy. We had beaten Mexico and it was something else, all positive.”he expressed.
In addition, the Argentine midfielder spoke of his great understanding with Julian Alvarezwith whom he shared inferiors in River: “We have a connection with Juli because we play from River and we know each other a lot and he already knows that when I’m profiling forward he has to sting, he already knows it and we always talk about it”counted.
Enzo Fernández, who at the end of the World Cup was awarded by FIFA as the best young player in the championship, recalled the episode when the defender Christian Romero he yelled a goal in the face of kylian mbappe.“We argued a bit on the court. I don’t really like to tell what happens. I had said some things, but that remains on the court”and added about the PSG striker: “He’s a great player, an example for everyone. He’s doing very well worldwide and he still has a lot to give”he clarified, reflecting that he has a lot of respect and admiration for him.
Besides, Fernandez confessed that in the penalties in the final against France who was going to be the Albiceleste player who would kick the fifth penalty, since with the outstanding saves of Emiliano “Dibu” Martinezthere was no need for said penalty, because Argentina was already champion: “Lautaro Martínez was going to be the fifth (as against the Netherlands). A sixth could be me, if the coach wanted. He is of great hierarchy, he knows that I love him, he is a good player and a good person”.
and continued talking about Emiliano Martinez: “He’s a little crazy, I sent him a message and congratulated him on the award. Dibu is a great person, a great professional and hearing that from him makes me proud. I was a little moved by what he said about his parents at the gala of The Best. I was moved when the three of them spoke, they touched my heart, I became a bit of a fagot”I express the flyer about Dibu Martínez that he cataloged as “daring”.
Finally, Fernandez He referred to his present at the English club Chelsea and admitted to fulfilling another dream: “I always wanted to play in the Premier, I’m here fulfilling another dream. I think that every opportunity that comes my way in life, I always try to take advantage of it”hill.
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