Not Celebrate His goal, Morata Still Have Respect for Madrid

Not Celebrate His goal, Morata Still Have Respect for Madrid

Not Celebrate His goal, Morata Still Have Respect for Madrid

Turin – Juventus striker, Alvaro Morata, did not seem to do a celebration after Real Madrid goalkeeper. Morata apparently already promised not to do because they respect the Madrid celebrations.

Morata opened Juve’s advantage when host Madrid in the first leg Champions League semifinal at Juventus Stadium, Wednesday (06/05/2015) pm dawn. He scored in the eighth minute after the ball gag harness kick Carlos Tevez.

After scoring, Morata expression seemed flat course. While his teammates ran to him and hugged him.

Madrid did have a role in career development Morata. Spanish international striker was studying at the academy Madrid and Real Madrid Castilla strengthen before filling the first team in 2010-2014.

“They are still my friend off the field. The words I misunderstood. I never said a single bad thing about Madrid,” said Morata as quoted by AS.

“I already said that I will not celebrate a goal (against them). I am grateful to the coach (Carlo Ancelotti) and the club, but I am happy at Juventus.”

“Although people try and put out the words that never I say, I have always had respect for the ‘family’ and I want them to win,” he said.

Although Madrid had equalized goal by Cristiano Ronaldo, Juve eventually won 2-1. Tevez became the winner of the Bianconeri through a penalty early in the second half.

Despite Juve have a capital victory, Morata asked his team to remain vigilant in the second leg to be played at the Santiago Bernabeu next week. According to him, Madrid would appear more dangerous in front of their own supporters.

“I’m happy Juve win, but get rid of Madrid will be difficult. To win the first leg is important, but we know that Madrid is more dangerous at the Santiago Bernabeu,” said Morata.

“We’ve got a lot of work to do this week ahead of the second leg. We do not have an advantage over Madrid. They have a great team and it will be very difficult for us,” he said.