Vivian: “Morata ends every match in tears because of the responsibilities he has”

The defender of Spain and theAthletic Bilbao, Dani Vivianspoke at a press conference two days after the historic victory obtained against the France which led De La Fuente’s team to access the final in Berlin, scheduled for Sunday: “We feel like winners every day” – his words, reported by Brand – “But we don’t feel like we’re winners of the European Championships. We have to take it one step at a time, day after day. We have to work to get what we all want.”

Asked about Alvaro’s influence Blackberry in the locker room, Vivian has no doubts: “Having Álvaro with us is a privilege and a fortune. He is our captain and we couldn’t be more grateful. His way of defending is his way of living every day. You couldn’t be more committed to a cause. He ends every game in tears because he has so much responsibility and wants everything to go well. He is the striker and he is the first to defend”.

A joke also on Yamal And Nico Williams: “They are two phenomena, they have a lot of fun together and they are giving us a lot of joy. Also, Lamine’s goal against France came at the worst moment of the game. They had just scored a goal against us and we started working to turn the situation around. It was an impressive goal.”