The Werder Bremen striker spoke about the discipline and his contribution to the ‘bicolor’ being able to qualify for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

Claudio Pizarro recalled his first years in the Peruvian National Team and said that he always tried to be an example for the youngest in terms of the discipline to achieve the goals. The ‘Bomber’ stated that he always sought to teach them to do the right thing to meet an objective and that the result was the qualification for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

“I was always excited about all the processes. I believed in the capacity that we had individually. Collectively, too, but it is one of the topics that I tried to work with the youngest that was managing moments and situations in games. Another thing was discipline, which for me was one of the most important things, �?Claudio Pizarro said in a conversation with Diego Rebagliati for Movistar Deportes.

“That was a job that cost me a lot because when I arrived I saw things that I was not used to. I already saw different things because I came from Europe and being young and captain, it was difficult to try to change those things. What I did is set an example for the boys so that they know what must be done to meet a goal and I think that it gave a result that was going to the World Cup, �?added Claudio Pizarro.

The striker reiterated that Ricardo Gareca played a very important role related to the subject of discipline and the team’s objectives. “What Professor Gareca does, which was a most important plus, was to make us play dynamic soccer with the ball down, speed and take away that weight that came from Eliminatory in Eliminatory”, he declared.


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