The day after, with Carlos Zambrano’s header goal, Boca Juniors drew 1-1 against Independiente At the Libertadores de América stadium, the Peruvian defender’s goalscoring debut in the Argentine League Cup, Boca’s YouTube channel published an extensive interview with the international, where he reviews his year at the club and his future expectations, both in Boca as in the team led by Ricardo Gareca: “Still, I know I have a lot more to do. I’ve been in the group for almost a year and I feel very comfortable in the group. I know I can give a lot more and I hope so, try to contribute much more group, “he said.
Carlos Zambrano also referred to the fact of playing without people in the stands. “It is something that surprises us to this day. We hope that football will resume on the subject of the public. I had the opportunity to play one day with the public and the push it gives you is something impressive. Playing without an audience is like playing a friendly. It is not to belittle the parties, but with fans the Bombonera would be different, “he added.
On the Boca Juniors YouTube channel, the Peruvian National Team player also spoke about his adaptation to Argentine soccer. “It has cost me a lot, I had never played in South America. The level of Argentina is different from that of my country, it is more demanding. In Europe it is totally different, it is not so intense, so cut. I felt comfortable (in Europe) , but I wanted new airs. Coming to Boca was a very big plus for me, I always wanted to demand more of myself and I think that in this league I am demanding more of myself, “he mentioned.
Finally, he told what is his maximum aspiration with the xeneize team. “(My dream is) to win the Libertadores. I know that for many years you have not won. We also have the three-time championship one step away,” concluded Carlos Zambrano.
Boca Juniors’ next game will be this Saturday, April 3, against Defensa and Justicia, in La Bombonera.
Zambrano arrived in Boca at the beginning of 2020, but in recent months he won the title permanently. However, their performances left doubts and that is why this match was so important, in which In addition to scoring, he generated the penalty that Sebastián Villa missed in the end.
The former Eintracht Frankfurt has 14 games in Boca and one goal.