The midfielder revealed the curious way in which coach Fernando Gago showed them what they had to do on an iPad.
After the triumph of Racing, Matías Rojas referred to Carlos Alcaraz’s goal that gave his team victory against Boca in the second extra time and recounted the curious way in which the coach Fernando Gago came up with: “It’s a basketball play.”
Rojas explained the basketball play with which Racing beat Boca
“What I can tell you is that the coach said it’s a basketball play. He showed it on the iPad to those who were playing. I remember she said let’s do this and walked out“, Said the midfielder about the second goal of the Academy.
And I add: “I don’t know at what point he takes the analysis of making a play with such high heart rate. I put it to analyze later because at the moment between things happening, they talk to me, Lolo was outside. I don’t know at what point he considers making that play.”
“Clearly it is a conviction that we felt from day zero and we chose to believe. We knew we were not wrong,” admitted the player who scored the first goal for his team, in an interview with ESPN.
Carlos Alcaraz’s goal that gave Racing the victory
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