Matías Suárez acknowledged that he felt “impotence” for having lost against Boca Juniors and being left out of the semifinals of the Professional League Cup. Also, in an exclusive interview with Sebastian Vignolo and his companions FOOTBALL 90, the Cordovan assured that River Plate “has nothing to envy to any European club” and that they felt the consequences of the covid-19 against Santa Fe and Fluminense.
“In Argentine soccer we are lacking the last push and it is helpless to be left out in this way, with several players outside… that did not depend on us. It was a shame, we had the illusion of winning it ”, expressed the forward.
“Today River does not have much to envy any European team. I feel like I’m in one of the biggest. It is a dream to play here “, he also added when he was consulted by the level of the group directed by Marcelo gallardo, whom he defined as a “very intelligent” coach, who when he hires players first looks to see if they are good people.
In relation to the meeting with Santa Fe, who arrived from Belgrano revealed: “I felt great pride in how they faced the game, seeing my teammates and Enzo in the goal caused me that.”
“Against Fluminense the situation that we had to go through was complicated; I felt very tired, without strength or energy ”, added.