MADRID, July 8 (.) –
The captain of the Spanish women’s soccer team, Irene Paredes, has assured that the team has been “calm” to overcome its opening match in the European Championship in England against Finland (4-1), which went ahead with a goal that could have had an impact on the “doubts” that have arisen due to the loss of Alexia Putellas.
“That totally unexpected goal came, we made a mistake that can’t be repeated. It’s not going to be like this forever; luckily, today we were able to turn it around, we were calm. We’ve had many chances to deserve victory and that’s how it has been,” he said in statements to RTVE.
In addition, the azulgrana explained why she celebrated her goal with such anger, which meant the tie. “There have been many doubts after Alexia and that they score a goal for us so soon… In addition, I score so few goals that I always celebrate with enthusiasm. I am very happy to win the game,” she said.
Finally, the one from Legazpi revealed what Jorge Vilda and Montse Tomé told them at the break. “It has reinforced the things that we were doing well. There were details to correct that we have corrected, it has been noticed that the game was going much more fluidly,” she concluded.