Two points of view for the game
There are two points of view for the game, viewers’ and players’ ones. So, to make things clear we’ve decided to ask Vuk Zvohimir, the player of Croatia team, to give us a comment.
— As far as I know, that previous game was so difficult. Can you tell me something about it?
— Yes, sure. It was so hard, because it was early morning and our team didn’t adapted to Russian time. We have some difficulties with waking up at 7 a.m. What about the game we’ve tried to get positions and to control the ball.
— Is it difficult to play in another country, on another ground?
— Of course, I mean in every country we must adopt to a new place very quickly but sometimes a foreign ground makes some troubles.
— Have you ever been in Russia?
— Yes, we’ve been here. We also learnt about “babushka”, “kazachok” and about Russian “vodka”! By the way, we also know that in Russia there are really cold winters and a lot of snow.
— How long have you been preparing for our tournament ?
— For this competition we started to prepare, I think, a month ago. It was a competition in Vienna( the first one for this year). However, we have lots of hard trainings every day and those days weren’t be exception.
— Is the your friends support important for you?
— Of course, when people write you some cozy letters, like «never ever give up» and «you are the best», it is so nice.
Many thanks toVuk. It was very interesting to know his point of view.
The authors: Maria Pimenova and Deniel Guliev