Di María in FOOTBALL 360: “All my dreams came true in a month: to become champion with the National Team and play with Messi”


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Di María in FOOTBALL 360: "All my dreams came true in a month: to become champion with the National Team and play with Messi"

The player from Paris Saint-Germain Ángel Di María spoke hand in hand with FOOTBALL 360 about the arrival of Lionel Messi and the title in the Copa América with the Argentine National Team.

Here are the best phrases of Fideo in dialogue with ESPN:

“All my dreams came true in one month. Winning the cup and playing with Leo … is something that I have not yet fallen. Sharing the wardrobe with him is something unique. “

“Being champion with Argentina is something unique. Today I keep watching the videos of the goal. It is something that I want very much. We had many blows, many lost finals … I many injuries. I went to this Copa América knowing that I could be a substitute, but he had told Scaloni that he was going to fight with a place with sacrifice and with work “.

“From now on we are going to enjoy the National Team. Taking our backpack off if we didn’t win was important, for us and for the kids.”

“The group in the National Team was spectacular, we were locked up for 45 days and when it was over we were left with the feeling that it passed quickly. That means we had a good time and it is very important.”

“The atmosphere was incredible, something like the 2014 World Cup. That made us smile. You have characters who are always up and make you laugh, like Paredes, De Paul, el Papu.”

“At PSG the pressure is now greater than we had. But we have the peace of mind of knowing each other and that is more than important.”

“Not even dreaming could I have achieved everything I did. I would never have thought about it. The most important thing for me is that I enjoyed it.”

On living in Paris: “It’s spectacular. You honestly have everything to do, for the family and for the children too. You don’t need anything. You can go for a quiet walk, you can go with your family to drink mate and for me that is fundamental “.

“It never crossed my mind to leave the National Team. It’s what my parents taught me: to fight it and always go forward. I never lowered my arms and Celeste and Blanca don’t negotiate. Until they tell me ‘I’m not calling you never again ‘I’m going to keep fighting to be there.’

THE BEST MOMENTS OF HAND IN HAND WITH DÍA MARÍA ON ESPN:


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