Zinedine Zidane appeared in the flash interview to assess the hard-earned victory in Zorrilla (0-1) that gives the leadership to Madrid. The technician, however, maintains a cautionary speech. “There is still a lot,” he repeated.Sensations: “In the end it is a very fought match. Before a team that made it difficult in the first part. They entered the game well and are three important points before a team that has not lowered their arms. We play better in the second part, with another dynamic and we were better with possession. “Leadership: “There is a lot left for all the teams and we are happy with the possession and keeping the goal to zero and this is a strength that we are doing well. There are 16 games left and it will be difficult until the end. Nothing changes.”Nacho’s goal: “I told him to go to finish off the first stick and I’m happy for him and his goal because he doesn’t usually do it. He was very happy.”Match streak without losing: “Working hard and believing in what we do, knowing that things are difficult. We have made a serious and compact game defensively. In the second part we made it phenomenal.”Match balance: “It was known that it was a complicated game. They lost only one game at home and playing very well. It is a very competitive team. In the end it was complicated but they are three important points. ”Importance of regaining leadership: “Nothing changes. We continue with what we are doing well. We know that every game we have to show our best version because this is long, complicated for everyone. ” What the team lacked in the first half: “I don’t know, maybe his drawing has complicated things for us, with rhombus. We were better in the second, we got more speed with the ball and we did better. In the first part it cost us. ”Kobe Bryant’s death: “Terrible, it’s terrible news that affects everyone. I can’t tell you anything, it’s very ugly news. We are very sorry. ”Then, the Real Madrid coach spoke in the press room.Nacho: “He is very professional, when he has to compete he does it and very well, it is from the quarry. I am glad for his goal.”Importance of leadership: “Nothing changes, we are happy for the victory, for having fought until the end but nothing changes. There are 16 games left and we will have to fight until the end if we want something. But nothing changes. We will have to fight until the end”.Do you see your team champion team wood? “No, because there is still a lot. We will see. At the moment there are 16 games left. There is a lot, a lot of League.”The goal of Nacho and the fact of not fitting stage this leader Madrid: “Defensively what we are doing we are doing very well, it is our strength. We are strong and we all defend. When we lose the ball we recover the ball very high, with pressure after loss … If we do not fit, we have many chances to score a goal and that’s what happened to us today. “The importance of the stopped ball: “Kroos, Isco, Rodrygo, Lucas when he enters … A stationary ball and in the game, when we center we know that we have auctioneers. It’s what happened in the corner. It’s part of football and we know that in this aspect we can score.”
Builds Future Demand For U.S. SoybeansThe American Soybean Association announces the opening of its Asia Subcontinent Office in India and the appointment of Virgil Miedema as Regional Director, Asia Subcontinent. ASA President David Erickson said, “This area of the world offers many challenges and opportunities for ASA to enhance the marketability of US soybeans and soybean meal.” India is a major competitor to the US soybean industry in the Asian markets, exporting nearly 90 percent of its domestic soybean meal production. The ASA/Asia Subcontinent Office is the Association’s 13th International Marketing Office and will be located in New Delhi, India.Mr. Miedema worked for the Agency for International Development as Director of their Program and Project Support Office in Jakarta, Indonesia. He brings over twenty years of international experience in the Asian Subcontinent to the ASA.ASA Division Director for Asia Gil Griffis said, “The Asia Subcontinent Office is ASA’s first International Marketing office which will be fully funded by the United Soybean Board.” ASA’s activities to expand international markets for US soybeans and products are made possible by producer checkoff dollars invested by the United Soybean Board and by various state soybean councils. ASA also receives cost-share funding provided by the US Department of Agriculture.