After winning Carioca, Cano says it’s time to look ahead

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One of Fluminense’s highlights in the Carioca Championship title campaign, striker Germán Cano said this Monday (4th), at a press conference, that now is the time to look forward to the pursuit of titles such as the Copa Sul -Americana, competition in which the Laranjeiras team debuts next Wednesday (6).

The Argentine shone in the finals against Flamengo, scoring three goals in the clashes (two in the 2-0 win last Wednesday, and one in the 1-1 draw last Saturday). With that he became the tricolor top scorer in the competition, with seven goals.

“We have to stay tuned for the next game, the Campeonato Carioca has already passed, we have already celebrated, now it’s time to work, because we don’t have time. We have to stay tuned for Wednesday [quando o Fluminense pega o Oriente Petrolero, da Bolívia]do our best to win the game,” said Cano.

And the Argentinian, who took on the role of reference striker of the Laranjeiras team, also expressed confidence that Fluminense can have a good campaign in the South American competition, who knows, even winning the title: “I think Fluminense can get too far. The team works to keep winning. We are working to assemble the team that plays on Wednesday […]. The team is very confident. I believe that Fluminense will fight a lot in the Sudamericana, because we want this cup too”.

In the interview, the player also spoke of the fever that has become his goal celebration (the Argentine makes the letter L with his hand, a reference to the name of his son Lorenzo): “Yesterday I was coming home, and my security saw that was coming in and started doing the L too. I have no idea the breadth of this, everyone is doing the L […]. For me it is very important to feel this affection […]. This is a very important symbol for me as it is a symbol of my son and I think it will be marked.”

Translated to english by RJ983

From Brazil, by EBC News

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