Was it criminal?
-Yes. The contact is there, it was strong and for me it’s a penalty. Out there, he (Agustín Sández), wanting to refuse, doesn’t see me. But I got to prom early. And the fine was very well paid.
Enough words, Your Honor. almost a week since Super classic That River he beat Mouth inside Monumentalafter a penalty converted by Miguel Borja, protagonist of the play that caused discussion, Pablo Solarihe confessed clarion what he felt when he received the blow from the Boca defender. And to his accusation of him he added: “The reaction of the Boca players was a test. They held their heads until they realized it was a penalty. ” More: he also showed evidence. He still has the scratches on his right calf from the kick from the left side of Boca.
Since last Sunday Solari has been living a wonderful story. As a child, he watched River-Boca with his father and his entire family, River fans. And he dreamed of playing one one day. He gave them not only the thrill of being the protagonist of the match, but also of having been on the pitch to be able to get excited on stage. “My family were very excited about how it all turned out, winning a Superclassica and experiencing the madness that happened on Sunday, they were very happy. My father was a fan as a boy and it was the first time he saw a Superclásico on the pitch, it was very emotional for him, for my mum, I’m very happy for them.”the striker admitted to having the names (Pablo César) of Aimar, in honor of the Clown, and an illustrious surname (Solari) in the history of River, despite not being related to the Indian George et al backed up Santiago.
-How many times have you dreamed of playing a Superclásico?
-You can’t imagine, it’s something incredible and besides how the stadium was, it seemed incredible madness, not even in my most beautiful dream would I have imagined a match like this and being the protagonist. What happened was awful. Even before the classic you could feel a very exciting climate, I’ve never experienced it before. We are grateful to the fans for all the support they give us, there are 83,000 people per game. And winning the way we did was incredible.
-And what generated the most emotion in you?
-That I ended up embracing Enzo Pérez, Armani, Nacho Fernández, they are all players that I have seen on the other side, that I have admired and never imagined being next to them as I am now. It’s very strong.
-Do you still regret playing the ball that hit the post?
-And… it would have been great to score a goal. I thought it went the same way and I think a lot of people thought that too, but it went through with it. Luckily we won it later.
-Now you had to play it, but before you lived it as a fan. What memories do you have of the Superclásico? Which of those you lived with as a fan do you prefer?
I have many memories of the Superclásicos, but I prefer the 2-0 victory in the first leg of the 2019 Copa Libertadores semi-finals, with goals from Borré and Nacho.
– Were you in the field?
-No, I wasn’t on the pitch, but apart from the final in Madrid, that’s one of the best memories I have of a classic for how the team played. He was much superior and deserved to score many more goals. I had only been on the pitch once when I played at River as a boy, a 2-1 loss against Lanús and River’s goal was scored by Orc Fabians.
At the age of eight, accompanied by his father Víctor, Solari It was tested in River but in the end the test came up with nothing. It was a recruitment process that was interrupted in the middle of the presidential change of command after the departure of José María Aguilar and the arrival of Daniel Passarella, at the end of 2009, and the changes in the staff of technicians and coordinators of Inferiori .
But life’s twists and turns have put him in the place he’s always dreamed of and imagined. And in which he also wanted his maternal grandmother, Elva, with whom he grew up and who recently passed away. “It was impossible not to remember my grandmother because she wanted me to do what I’m doing today, so this is for her and all the people of Arizona who always support me.”expressed, excited, the puntano.
Solari doesn’t want to be left alone with the victory in the Superclásico and, like all of River, he aims for more. Now a brave duel is coming up against Talleres, a club he brings back to mind because he has gone through his inferiors. And there they made their current position extreme.
Will that game be special to you?
-Yes, I have a special affection for him and I am happy for his gift. Talleres are doing very well, they are a tough team and it will be a difficult game.
-If they beat Talleres, will they define the championship?
-No lack. River is always a candidate, but we have to play game by game. You have to take it easy, there’s also the Cup. Step by step. Achieve the goals we set ourselves because this club is the biggest and demands it. But in Córdoba we will have the support of our fans and that will be good for us.
-And the other objective is, surely, to straighten the course in the Copa Libertadores to qualify for the round of 16…
-Yes of course. We had a big blow in Brazil which was misleading, but the truth is that the team showed character and made it clear that in the Superclásico it’s over. We deserved the win against Boca and it helped us reverse what happened against Fluminense. We prove that a stumble is not a fall.
-And what is River made of?
-That it’s a team with a lot of character and that is always at the forefront. And the pattern is given by the fact that in the 90th minute of the Superclásico we had six players in the opponent’s area plus Palavecino who shoots in the centre. This is the image we always want to give, to go ahead and win. You can’t always play well, but we will give up everything for the fans, just like they give up everything to come and cheer for us.
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