Luis Palma admits why he celebrated like Carlos Pavon and reveals the advice he got from David Suazo: “I was a bit restless”


Honduras The first victory of the new era was achieved Renaldo Ruda After beating 4-0 to Granada For the 2nd day Concacaf Nations League.

Luis PalmaConsidered one of the best Catraccho legionnaires today, he celebrated by scoring a goal Carlos Pavon.

The footballer admitted to the mixed zone because he did it “Flying Shadow” He is one of his best references, along with his idol David Suazo

Palma revealed “David is king He advised him not to lose his composure and that his goal was going to arrive at any moment, and it did.

“In the first few minutes I was a little uncomfortable, David Suazo He told me to keep calm as the ball was going to reach me. I learn from my mistakes and I know I have failed Jamaica”.

And I add: “There was a goal celebration Carlos PavonHe and “King” David are eternal statues.”

Other phrases of Palma in the conference-

How did the game make you feel?

“Thanking God for the win, we highlight what we did well and that helped us a lot to win.”

How did it feel to start against Jamaica and Granada?

“Thanks to the professors for giving me the confidence to start as a beginner. I hope to continue to improve and grow and I am very happy to have the opportunity.

He tried a lot to find that goal.

“Yes, the confidence they give me makes me look for the strongest game I have. I tried a lot but it didn’t work. Of course, other teammates took advantage of their opportunities and made things happen.

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Did you ask for a fine?

“Yes, the three of us (with Soko and Alex) are penalty takers, I told them that we need a penalty to gain confidence in the national team, that’s my first goal, now I hope more will come. .”

How did Choco Lozano respond?

“As he needed a goal, so did I. He understood and gave me the ball and could score.”

Did he drop that target on you?

“Yes, personally when I came to Miami I saw a lot of press that focused on me, now that I’m at the Celtics I have to learn a lot more and contribute to the national team. This win opens the way for us,” he said.

Does it stress you out like Choco Lozano?

“Always, I think when you are abroad you have to make a difference. I will try to contribute as much as I can when I come to the national team and hope to God to keep improving.

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