The Player's Tribune will let athletes speak. A monologue that is not necessarily about the sport, but especially about the person themselves. Among others, Jesse Lingard (Manchester United), Thomas Müller (Bayern Munich), Edinson Cavani (PSG) passed the revue. In today's podcast (How to beat Brasil) performs Roberto Martínez the word.
Before Belgium, the confrontation between Brazil had the Devils over Japan. With a 0-2 deficit in the second half proved to be more difficult than expected. Just before Vertonghen the aansluitingstreffer, brings Martínez Nacer Chadli and Marouane Fellaini. A move that, to him, his proudest moment as a coach to date.
“Nacer and Marouane came with the right attitude onto the field, they were ready to take the team to a victory. Consequently, they scored all of two, which until then had never happened at a world cup. Two substitutes who manage to score a goal. For a coach that's the most satisfying feeling.”