Lisandro Lopez: “Happy for my debut”

February 12, 2018 09:40
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Shortly after the final whistle of today’s game between Inter and Bologna, recent transfer Lisandro Lopez stopped in the mixed zone in order to speak to Inter TV. The Argentinian had the following to say about today’s fight: “This was a most important win for the team and I am very, very happy with being able to help the team conquer the threee points and me making my debut for Inter. No game is easy, this we could see today. Now we have to concentrate on the good things we did and try to fix the errors we committed in order to avoid them in the future. Italian football is faster, more physical and more tactical compared to the Portuguese. I am constantly working on helping out the team and the club as much as I can. The tackle from Mesina? At the moment I am bit sore but I will be back tomorrow for practice.”

Olof Svensson
By Olof Svensson
  • M.Cassar ©

    Didn’t like his performance, he looked very slow to react.

    • JAY

      and he didnt know what to do when

    • Anang Shikamaru

      Easy pass by the attacker

  • adk damar

    Faakkk Pepsi Miranda

    Imagine 3 big tall man at the defender


    they can win aerials duels and scoring goal when corner and freekick
    But we need full back and CM,DM with horse power to support them

    • JAY

      faakkk you, you ungrateful

    • Musavie Abdillah

      Ranokarno, i see what u did there, hehe

  • Mohamed Kindi

    We were happie, Miranda make a lot of mistakes this season, solid performance from Lopez.

  • Il Principe di Persia

    Thank god u r not injured.

  • Adi Zuta

    I can see this guy is better than rano. Is miranda subtitude becoz of his blunder or injury?

    • Il Principe di Persia

      He’s a tough tackler with a beast body. But I like Rano’s performance this year.

    • Mamoun

      I was asking myself the same question regarding Miranda, couldnt find a report of an injury

    • Fahm

      Miranda did good tonight except his careless ball control, that led to Palacio’s goal. He pulled out because of the injury.

      • JAY

        he is always one of the best for me, but the age is gradually catching up with him a bit and it shows with the frequent injuries