Madrid, May 24. The Spanish Dani Carvajal, Real Madrid’s right-back, assured, after the 2-1 victory against Rayo Vallecano that “it is difficult for there to be a high pace in a game” in which the season is “practically over” and that they are playing “for professionalism”.
“It is difficult for there to be a high pace in a game like this in which our season is practically over. We play for professionalism and because we have to compete until the end,” he said on Movistar +.
“We try to win as many games as possible and finish as high as possible. You have to try to finish second,” he added.
A Carvajal who analyzed an action in which the Rayo Vallecano footballers asked for the second yellow card for him.
“I try to cut the ball and when I see that it doesn’t arrive I shrink my leg so as not to hit Óscar (Trejo). I don’t think it was a card,” he declared.
Lastly, he valued the signs of support for his teammate Vinícius Junior after the racist insults he received last Sunday at the Mestalla.
“All the world of the football, of the sport and of out of the sport is overturning with these acts. We would have to improve all and try that it does not pass because it is not fair”, concluded. EFE