In an interview with FOXSports.com.br, the Paraguayan, who became famous at the 2010 World Cup, spoke about her passion for Cerro Porteño and the club’s expectations for Conmebol Libertadores this year!
The Paraguayan Larissa Riquelme became world famous during the 2010 World Cup.
Today, almost a decade later, the ‘Musa’ of that World Cup is still fanatical about football, especially when it comes to the team at heart: Cerro Porteño.
This Wednesday (April 10), El Ciclón receives Atletico-MG for Conmebol Libertadores 2019 , a duel that will have live and exclusive broadcast of FOX Sports from 7pm.
“We believe in our team, we have football and team to win. And football always gives you surprises, “said Larissa.
In conversation with FOXSports.com.br , the now TV presenter was very excited about the Cerro.
That’s because the Asuncion club was only one of three to win the first three matches – including one in the Mineirão against Rooster – in the group stage of the tournament.
“We are very excited, with a lot of hope because we want to have our first Cup. We are a great team, Cerro is one of the people – it’s a feeling, “said Riquelme, who did not rule out a promise for the title:” I’ll have to think about what I’m going to do. “
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Finally, the Musa of the 2010 World Cup also revealed to have already twisted a lot in an opportunity for the mining team.
In 2013, year of the only title of the Rooster in the Libertadores, the opponent in the final was precisely Olimpia, Cerro’s biggest rival.
“(Atlético-MG) has already given me great joy,” Larissa added.
This time Cerro needs only victory to secure a place in the last 16 and leave the situation of the mining team very complicated in the competition. And this confrontation you will only follow at FOX Sports from 7pm.