The Zidane doubts on the left

first_imgThe Real Madrid leaves his infernal week, the first leg against the City and the Classic, without making clear who is the owner of the left white side. Mendy he had done with the headline vitola, cornering Marcelo, and Zidane protected him in the Ciutat de Valencia to avoid a possible yellow that would have cost him the penalty (for being the fifth) against Barcelona. Everything seemed to indicate that he would repeat the title he held in the Champions League against the other Mendy, but Zidane offered eleven to the world one hour and ten minutes before the Classic … and the one that was was Marcelo. An amazing decision especially seen the discreet performance of the Brazilian in the defeat against Levante and that he was generating a certain connection with Hazard, but Hazard is gone. Also that Mendy, who praises his defensive consistency, deep down has had to ‘cut’ when pulling up. This was confessed by the French international last week on RMTV. “In Lyon he defended less and attacked more”. Just the opposite of the image that is being generated now in Madrid.The Classic, despite the initial surprise of its alignment, served Marcelo to generate one of those images that change states of opinion. As if to the veteran Madrid side I would have grown a third lung, he won a race to Messi with 1-0 and in the 72nd minute he finished lifting the Bernabéu. For the action itself and for the celebration of the side itself, which raised its fist as if it had scored a goal. Shortly after, the datum on television showed it in figures. Messi: 29.5 kilometers per hour of top speed. Marcelo: 30.9 km / h. Vinicius to protect the backA moral victory of Marcelo sustained in a tactical plan of Zidane who protected him, paradoxically, with Vinicius. The instruction came from the bench, and Vini complied He stole up and back. Five recoveries, even more than Marcelo himself (three). He was also attentive to the toppings. A work to which Zidane gave merit. “It was very good also in defense, that’s what I want, we have to defend all.”The result of everything is that the position of three is the most discussed of the whole team. Mendy has played more minutes (1,608 ‘) but Zidane refuses to clearly proclaim a headline, especially with Marcelo’s weight (1,437 ‘) in the dressing room and his ancestry among the fans. Be that as it may, Mendy or Marcelo, the left side has no owner.last_img read more

Uber Costa Rica to allow riders to pay in cash

first_imgRelated posts:Taxi drivers to demonstrate against Uber in downtown San José Costa Rica’s regulatory agency will not block Uber Uber Costa Rica drops fares 20 percent and some drivers aren’t happy Renovation of Hotel Costa Rica sparks criticism Uber Costa Rica will soon allow its customers to pay for their rides in cash, the company announced in a Friday news release.Beginning Monday, Sept. 26, users can pay their Uber drivers with cash by selecting that payment method within the app’s menu.The popular ride-sharing app was built on its card payment system. But in recent months the company has started rolling out cash payments in select places across the globe.Already more than 60 cities worldwide, 15 of them in Latin America, offer the ability to pay with cash, according to the company.Julie Robinson, Uber’s communications manager in Central America and the Caribbean, said in Friday’s statement that the company can now open itself up to a new market of potential users who may not have debit or credit cards.“Our main objective is offering flexible options in a secure and trustworthy manner to everyone with just the press of a button, regardless of whether you have access to a credit card or not,” Robinson said.Some users also don’t want to give out their card information online.The new payment option is just one of several recent changes in the ever-evolving company. Uber has made international news by experimenting more with driverless cars in the United States and other parts of the world.The autonomous cars have debuted in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Singapore. Facebook Commentslast_img read more