02 January 2012

Cazorla: "Real Madrid is the second best team in the world after the Barça"

"2012 is an important year for the Malaga make things right".
"The goal of Malaga is fighting for European places".
Cazorla that Real Madrid will notice the drop of Di María.


The Malaga player Santi Cazorla has said about the King's Cup match on Tuesday that they "look forward" at the Santiago Bernabeu and "convinced to do something that is very difficult," but was optimistic to say that if your computer "is a good level," can "stand up" to Real Madrid .

However, the Spanish international midfielder has warned at a press conference that Real Madrid is "currently the second best team in the world," his opinion " after Barcelona "because" the daily show "and therefore "be a tough game."

"Hopefully we can get something positive to have options in return," stated the Spaniard footballer of the Malaga, for whom 2012 is "an important year for the team to do the right thing" because "the goal is to fight for jobs Europe would be a great success and to get those seats. "

He also recalled that in the league match played against the Whites in La Rosaleda, which ended 0-4, "Real Madrid came five or six times, got four (goals) and finished the game." Santi Cazorla has insisted that Tuesday, " in his field and with the people in favor "of the rival, jellyfish players have to" stay focused and have no error, because they cost expensive. "

For the former Villarreal midfielder, Malaga notice "for" the decline of Argentina Angel Di Maria in all white, but stressed that "have great players like Lane, who is doing a spectacular job," thus to "play who plays, it will be difficult. " Furthermore, she added, Malaga also has a "low key" as the Brazilian Julio Baptista and Cadiz midfielder Joaquin Sanchez , which has said it "is" a key player who brings great things to the team, "so expect" to return as soon as possible. "

On this year's European Championship in Poland and Ukraine, Cazorla has declared that he "is always a dream" to play championships "of that caliber," as he had "luck" of playing in 2008 in Austria and Switzerland in which Spain was proclaimed European champion. "I have to do things very well in Malaga and hopefully I can be among the elect at the end of season. " (via MD)