Carlos Tevez, Boca Juniors player, analysed the victory against Newell’s Old Boys and, in passing, revealed the complicated family situation that he faces with his father’s health.
Boca Juniors are still doing well and beat Newell’s Old Boys 2-0 in a match where Carlos Tevez stood out among the rest.
The ‘Apache’, at 36 years of age, scored a great double to get the three points for his team and, after the clash, wanted to thank Miguel Angel Russo for making him be in a great moment of form.
Miguel knows where I like to play and he makes me play there. He has a lot to do with this present, he gives me the freedom to play where I feel comfortable,” he explained to ‘TNT Sports’.
Similarly, Tevez wanted to put on record the difficult personal moment he is going through due to his father’s complicated state of health and thanked football for making him smile for a few moments.
“It’s not easy to talk about this on TV, nobody knows the moment I’m going through in the family, nothing to see when I’m on the pitch, but it’s the only thing that makes me happy at the moment because my old man is not well”, he said.