‘Messi’s right-hand man’ DePaul’s protest… “Do you do your best whether it’s the national university or the club?”
Rodrigo DePaul, who assisted Lionel Messi and led Argentina to the Qatar World Cup title, protested that he is doing his best with his team, Atlético Madrid.
Atletico won 1-0 in an away match in the 19th round of La Liga in the 2022/23 season against Osasuna held in El Sadar, Pamplona, Spain on the 30th (Korean time). Atletico, who won two league victories in a row, finished fourth (10 wins, 4 draws, 5 losses, 34 points), chasing 3rd place Real Sociedad by 5 points.
DePaul, who started as a right midfielder in the 4-4-2 formation that day, played 87 minutes and played an active role in both offense and defense, including an 87% pass success rate, 3 chances created, and a 100% tackle success rate.
In particular, in the 29th minute of the second half, he helped Saul Niguez’s opening goal with a long pass from the rear. After the game, he received an 8.1 rating from Foot Mob, a site specializing in soccer statistics, and was recognized for his performance. 메이저사이트
DePaul, who has been playing for Atlético since last season, is giving fans regret with his performance, which has many ups and downs. He basically has a sharp passing ability, but showed a large deviation while playing the game.
It is completely different from the Argentine national team, which won the World Cup by assisting Messi based on its tremendous stamina and activity.
Because of this, there were criticisms that the attitude towards the national team and the team was different.
DePaul protested against this. After the match, DePaul said: “I’m not making any excuses, but I always try to give my best, whether it’s at Atlético or with the national team. My life is ‘Every day I contribute to Atlético, I think I can give more to the team. It has to do with two goals: ‘showing it real’.”
“I’ve been competing since I was 3 or 4 years old. I always have to compete to win. It was the same at the World Cup. I was born with the value of competition, and I play to win,” he said, emphasizing that he is always doing his best.