Jonathan Rubio vs Canada: It’s going to be a tough game

Toronto Canada.

The road to Qatar 2022 begins Thursday in Toronto Honduras national team, where visit to Canada, one of the discoveries in the last gold cup.

football player katracho, Jonathan RubioHe is one of those who will debut with Bicolor in the knockout stage and ensure he is ready for the challenge.

“Very happy, thank God I was fortunate to be a part of this process. Now comes the most important thing and with a lot of sense of responsibility, But I’m happy with my first experience in the playoffs.”

In his analysis of what this game will be against Maple Leaf. “It will be a very difficult match, We will have to know how to suffer as a team and when we have the ball it will be important to treat it well to finish playing; We know Canada is a strong team in transitions, the team is short and united to be able to get the points.”

Rubio appreciated his level in relation to his previous performances with Honduras.

“In the League of Nations I was not one hundred percent in the physical part, I came from a two-month break. I also think the matches are different, it was against the United States, the team we all know their strength with. Often it is only said that we play well when we score goals or win, but we have to be more balanced.“.

In the event of facing Alphonso Davies. “He is a very important player, but not only him, there are also two players who play in the Portuguese first division. Canada is growing and Alfonso Davies is on another level and he will be a serious player, we have to keep that in mind. We have already seen the videos, not only of him, but of the whole group; We’ve already seen their strengths and weaknesses.”

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At the time, he was consulted about the potential number of points to be achieved in this first FIFA triple history. “We didn’t score points, but we all know that we have to score in every game and as often as we can. Every final and we know it’s a long draw and you have to go game by game.”.

Rubio highlighted this. “One of their strengths is the passing game, the quick transitions, they are powerful and fast; so we have to be very careful not to make unnecessary mistakes.”

In addition, the second-tier Academia Portugal player believes that the calendar was not the best for the Honduran national team.

“Visiting a visit is more difficult, and the subject of travel is complex in this sense We aggravated, but no excuses and we have to score, both on visit and at homeThat’s the mentality of looking for the three points and if you can’t, try to add it, because that point can give us the World Cup rating.”

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