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Time differences do not understand? In the slipstream of cars? At Deceuninck, they do not understand that Van der Poel back so soon could come
The Amstel Gold Race, “I do not understand.” Julian Alaphilippe (26) repeated it three times to the ploegbus of Deceuninck Quick.Step. “I don't understand how that group with Van der Poel as quickly is able to return.”

He knew the exact times and distances is not more precisely — “on two or three kilometers from the finish, I got to hear that we are still 35 or 45 seconds ahead,” said Alaphilippe — but the Frenchman was certain that the gap was large enough. “Normally, this is sufficient, yes. I didn't think it was possible to fifteen seconds per kilometer to lose.”

Have you seen how many cars there were? And otherwise there is something wrong with the time difference,

Deceuninck sports director Wilfried Peeters
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not Even when Fuglsang no longer wanted to take over, and the pace totally went out with the two leaders. Alaphilippe: “Fuglsang didn't want to head out, but it is not that we are completely silent fell. Under the red rag, I saw suddenly Kwiatkowski, right behind him the peloton (sic).” The pursuers attacked the duo at the neck and Alaphilippe saw a certain victory gone up in smoke. “As I said, I don't get it. What happened? I'm not disappointed that I lost, because my legs are clearly good, but I am disappointed about the way.”

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