Rodrigo: “For me, Manchester City is the best team in the world.”

Rodrigo: “For me, Manchester City is the best team in the world.”

Recalling the final which Real Madrid won two years ago with his brace, Rodrigo recognized Manchester City as the best team in the world.

Madrid — Rodrigo goesBrazilian striker real madridAnd he confirmed that Manchester city “Is it The best team in the world, who plays the best“.

Kiss Manchester cityIn the Champions League final, Rodrigo He signed the magic night of his career, the double in less than two minutes when time was running out two years ago. “It was very special, without a doubt the best moment of my career and the happiest day as well.”

“I think that for many Real Madrid fans it was also the happiest day of their lives. I always say that I don't know how to explain what happened, I have no explanation, I just felt that it was something very special,” Rodrygo admitted in an interview with GQ magazine.

Rodrigo praised Manchester City, led by Pep Guardiola. “To be honest, we knew they were better,” admitted Rodrygo, who will now face Borussia Dortmund alongside Real Madrid in the Champions League final. “For me, it's the best team in the world, the team that plays the best football.”

He predicted, “I think the most difficult competitor has already left, but that does not mean that it will be easy to win the final match now. With Bayern it was very difficult and with Borussia it will be very difficult as well.”

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“From one to ten, my desire to win the Champions League is one thousand. They say Real Madrid never loses finals and I hope that will be the case again. I have always seen them win all the finals and I hope they continue.” “Because it's always Madrid,” said Rodrigo, who believes the tie against Dortmund is “50-50” although “because it's always Madrid” everyone ranks him as the favourite.

One of the keys to the success of a Real Madrid team that celebrates its era is the ambition of its veterans, as the Brazilian striker emphasized.

“I won the Champions League and I'm very happy but I want more, I want more. My older teammates are crazy. Nacho, Modric, Dani Carvajal… They've been there for many years and they still want to win.” Like the first day,” he said.

“We have a feeling that they are handing us over. Well, we feel it and they are telling us that too. I think they are preparing us, but at the same time we are already part of that legend as well. Real Madrid is a legendary club.” “With everything he has conquered, I believe it is time for us to take center stage.”

German Toni Kroos, one of the heavyweight players in the dressing room, will play his final match with Real Madrid at Wembley Stadium. He said: “We are all very sad in the dressing room. He will leave football and we will not see him play anymore. It is sad news, but also happy, for everything we enjoyed with him.”

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Finally, the spotlight was shed on the personality of Italian coach Carlo Ancelotti. “He's the one who runs the locker room and what happens on the field. He's number one in that. He brings the best out of me. He always tries to help me, talks to me, tells me what to do.” Improvement and that is very good for me. “Since he arrived, I think I'm a different player.”

With information from EFE

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