Andres Iniesta took the cap off Olé Wednesday with the interview he gave to the newspaper’s deputy director, Diego Macías, and that was reflected on the covers of the four most important sports media in his country, Spain. Mundo Deportivo, Sport, Marca, Ace, all gave an important space to the statements of the Brain in Olé, where he played a wide range of topics.
Olé’s cover on Wednesday, May 20.
It was a delicious talk, with a number one. Of course, in Spain what caused the most repercussion was that phrase about what that team should have won. Barsa than Iniesta he integrated for so many years in the company of the best player in the world, Leo Messi.
Three of the four media chose to start with that feeling of crack who scored the goal that gave the Spanish team the world title in South Africa 2010. “Having Leo we had to win some more Champions”, was the phrase that headed the Mundo Deportivo note. “Having Messi, surely we should have won some more Champions,” said Marca. And on the same side was Ace: “With Messi, some more Champions we should have won.”
Mundo Deportivo was left with the idea that having Messi that Barsa team should have won some more Champions.
Marca also pointed to the idea that this Barsa should have earned more.
The same title used by Mundo Deportivo and Marca was chosen by Ace.
Sport, on the other hand, chose to start with what even today, from the distance of Japan, it generates to see Messi: “After so many years, Messi continues to surprise me.”
Sport titled with the phrase about what Messi still generates to Iniesta today.
In Spain as in Argentina, the interview with Iniesta had a strong impact.