Germán Valera, 17, write his name. From Murcia, like that group that is sounding so loud and so loud, Long live Sweden; as Miguel Ángel Hernández, author of Pain of others (Anagrama), one of the novels of 2018, a boy who will be heard a lot to talk about. It is done. It is one of the pearls of the quarry and reason for the rupture of relations on the part of Villarreal with Atlético. He was the captain of Spain in the last U-17 World Cup. Powerful, very fast and with a powerful shot. Lefty, you can play for both bands although where you feel more comfortable is on the right to cut in and look for the shot. This season is his first in the subsidiary. And today his first call with Cholo. Because Germán Valera is the great novelty of Simeone’s list for tomorrow’s game (18:30, Wanda Metropolitano) before Levante. A list with 18 names which is also Sergio Camello and Vitolo returns to. Not so neither Savic nor Koke, both training at the same pace as the others in recent days but to which the Cholo is saved for the Arab Super Cup. Saponjic, habitual in the last lists although still without debut, is not. The Cholo summonedAdam, Oblak; Giménez, Arias, Lodi, Felipe, Hermoso, Trippier; Thomas, Saul, Llorente, Herrera, Vitolo; João Félix, Morata, Correa, Camel and Valera They are the chosen Simeone for this match. The coach, who will be eight years old at the head of the Atlético bench in three days, has already debuted 30 youth players, Camel among them, in the last game of last seasonprecisely before the Levante. Eye Valera. A name for the future that begins in this 2020.
After surviving early jolts in Monday’s chase against UAE, Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi said his team must cut down on mistakes to have any chance of beating the bigger teams in the Asia Cup. “Today’s game showed that you just can’t relax in this format, you can’t relax in the dressing room. We are making some mistakes and you can’t afford that against the bigger teams,” Afridi said on Monday after Pakistan’s seven-wicket win over UAE. (Also read: Pakistan star Shoaib Malik gunning for revenge against India) Pakistan allowed UAE to score 129 after reducing the minnows to 3/12 before surviving nervous moments at the start of the chase.”I told my batsmen just play normal cricket, don’t go for big runs. We thought after we took three wickets we thought we would get them out for 90-100 but they played well and some shots went off for them ..(off the edges). They played well in the end. We would have like to have a match like this before playing India,” added Afridi.Pakistan allowed UAE to score 129 after reducing the minnows to 3/12 before surviving nervous moments at the start of the chase.”I told my batsmen just play normal cricket, don’t go for big runs. We thought after we took three wickets we thought we would get them out for 90-100 but they played well and some shots went off for them ..(off the edges). They played well in the end. We would have like to have a match like this before playing India,” added Afridi.advertisement
New Delhi, Mar 9 (PTI) The last-minute shifting of the India-Pakistan World T20 match to Kolkata may result in Pakistani fans having a tough time in procuring visa for the March 19 encounter. There were reports that around 200 Pakistani fans were expected to arrive at original venue, Dharamsala but as it may turn out that the 67,000-seater Eden Gardens may end up having hardly 20 or less fans from the neighbouring country. Meanwhile there will be 30,000 tickets will be up for sale for general public at the biggest stadium in the country. “It is not very easy for a Pakistani passport holder to get an Indian visa. The clearances take a lot of time and now with only eight days left, it is really difficult to procure the visa. In order to apply for visa, you need to give a photocopy of your ticket,” Tournament Director MV Sridhar told reporters. Sridhar said that the Pakistan players had got their visas in Bangladesh during the Asia Cup. “It is a three-tier process for Pakistan team to get the Indian visa. First clearance from Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports (MYAS), then Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) followed by Ministry of External Affairs (MEA).” Sridhar informed that they have got full assurance from the West Bengal government administration about foolproof security arrangements. “I have had discussions with Chief Secretary (Basudeb Banerjee). I have also had discussions with CAB president Sourav Ganguly.” The reason behind choosing Eden Gardens was also because in case (theoretically) 25,000 people who were supposed to watch Dharamsala game land up in Kolkata, they can all be accommodated, which will not be the case in any other stadium. “We had to keep in mind that there should be provision for the 25,000 people, who had bought tickets for the Dharamsala game. Also we can assure that there will be 30,000 tickets up for sale for that match,” Sridhar said. PTI KHS AT KHSadvertisement