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    01.10.2015 00:48 - in: Serie A S

    Cuadrado savours Sevilla success

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    The Colombian expresses his delight in the victory over Sevilla and reveals the secret behind his celebratory dance with team-mate Paul Pogba

    Juan Cuadrado explained the origin of what has become a fun feature of recent wins in the black and white: his celebratory moves along with team-mate Paul Pogba.

    Speaking to journalists after the Bianconeri’s win over Sevilla, the Colombian shed light on the Ras Tas Tas – a salsa that hails from his home country – while praising the performance that helped his side maintain their perfect start to this season’s Champions League campaign.

    He began: “It’s a dance full of joy. Football is also happiness and we need to demonstrate that also on the pitch.

    “We played a great game tonight and made life very difficult for our opponents We’ve been a bit unlucky so far in the league: we create numerous chances but haven’t taken enough of them. We’ll now look towards building upon tonight’s display in preparation for the next match."

    Wrapping up the interview, the winger also paid tribute to his manager for utilising his notable attributes of pace and trickery to the benefit of the side.

    He concluded: “Allegri tells me always to play in the simplest, most effective way possible. Sometimes I run with the ball down the wing and I don’t see a team-mate and when I’m on the touchline I look to beat my man in a one-on-one situation, exploiting my characteristics: I’m delighted to have played my part in a strong performance tonight.”

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