- Monterrey take on Al Hilal in the match for third place in Qatar to 2019
- Los Rayados Want to cap a historic year, winning bronze and the Liga MX title
- “We want to go back to Mexico, with a bigger smile”
Monterrey shooter in the CONCACAF Champions League in four goals, Nico Sanchez no, because from any man opened fire on the Mexicans to the FIFA Club World Cup in Qatar to 2019 years.
Sanchez then led the Rayados The defence and the difference in their kick-off against Al Sadd and commanding form once again when they take on Liverpool. Showing his leadership, commitment and gifts for expected, the centre-back did all he had to do and did it.
“We played a very good game, I think we acquitted ourselves well against perhaps the world’s best team,”he said. “We’re in with a chance to win it right until the last minute.” Although Roberto Firmino’s stoppage time strike the end of the Mexican club the dream place, they still have goals to achieve in Qatar 2019.
🥉 All eyes on copper
The big challenge Los Rayados Now is to look forward and envisage to return to their home with a Bronze Card around their neck. Their opportunity to do so in the future of the Al Hilal side with the likes of Bafetimbi GE meters and Sebastian Giovinco in Saturday’s game third.
“This is a very important game to the club,”said Sanchez. “We want to go as we can be in this Club World Cup. We will put the game just as badly as we did against Al Sadd and Liverpool, we want to win it so we can complete the third home to our country, with a bigger smile.”
Although the result went against them in their meetings with Liverpool-Monterrey can meet their performance. Emphasize the importance of the display, Sanchez, a war veteran and leader of the locker room, said:”We have some young people who are doing so well, they must be found some big teams, who will come at them now. It makes me proud. They are shock-live or scared. They gave as good as they got.”
- If Monterrey finished into third, they will wait for their best ever in the competition, in 2012, when they beat Al Ahly of Egypt 2-0.
Al-Hilal is in Monterrey, and then to nail the MX final. In North America the championship is only three matches away from completing a truly impressive 2019 and Sanchez have a feeling the best is yet to come, in these last few days of the year.
“This is an incredible 12 months,”he said. “It is still not the end, but we have done a great job. We have not been able to stop and take stock of it all, but it was a very good year. We just need to finish it in the best possible way.”
This means that to leave the Club World Cup and a bronze medal.