Gabriel Suazo approaches the Superclásico as a final

The captain of Colo Colo, Gabriel Suazo placeholder image, already beating what will be the Superclásico that will be played this Sunday from 4:30 p.m. at the El Teniente de Rancagua stadium and assured that they will approach the commitment as if it were a final.

We are focused on Sunday’s game, as if it were a final. They are three important points and we give them the same value that we give to the other parties. It is important for us to win all three points in order to achieve the goal of achieving the championship, “Suazo said at a press conference.

The captain of the Eternal Champion analyzed the rival and was clear in expressing that “I am not going to say what we are working on. The U have great players and we know what we have to take care of, improve and do to counteract their good weapons. It is a A very complete team, with great players in all its lines, in addition to having the top scorer of the championship. “

In the match against the Blues, Colo Colo could take 10 points ahead of his classic rival and for this reason, Suazo focuses on winning, since the objective is to be champions.




“We have shown it in the Chile Cup, in every game that we are for important things. It is our mentality. In each game we have to show that we are here to be championsThat is every weekend and in every game, “he said.

When asked if the Cacique arrives as a favorite because he is the leader of the National Championship, the captain assured that he did not.

The white captain beats the Superclassic.

“There are no favorites here. If there are 10 or 15 points of difference, this is a Superclassic and you want to risk your life to win that game. It’s completely different, “said Suazo.

“We both have the same pressure, both the U to cut the streak and we to maintain it. They are different games and the pressure is independent of the place in the table. Each of the teams wants to win it yes or yes, both teams seek the same goal and we are working to achieve it, “concluded the left-back, who will start against the Blues.

Yes, but there is a lot of tournament left

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