Stuani admits it was a dream after Girona took the lead.

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Christian Stuani admits that it was like a dream he didn’t want to wake up from after Girona rose to the top of the Spanish league table beyond expectations.

Christian Stuani, forward captain of Girona, revealed that his team’s success this season in rising to the top of La Liga came from many years of work. Which is like a dream that he admits that he doesn’t want to wake up from at all. According to a report from Marca last Thursday  ทางเข้า UFABET

The 37-year-old striker is Girona’s all-time record scorer, having scored 119 goals in 223 games. Stuani’s side won rave reviews last season after finishing 11th in the standings despite being recently promoted. The class rose through the play-offs. This despite losing Valentin Castellanos, Oriol Romeu and Rodrygo Riquelme in the summer. But they also surprised by being at the top of the Spanish league at present.

Stuani said:

‘If during pre-season someone told you that [We will be top now] You would say they are crazy.’

‘Everything we experience is a dream and we don’t want to wake up. We have to enjoy it. But be aware that it is an additional responsibility. Now we are no longer surprised. and teams get to know us better This means we have to increase our effort and work.’

‘We have always conveyed humility, hard work and sacrifice. The team’s daily work is brutal. And that means we can compete very well over the weekend. Now we have to keep it level. We will work for it and try to do that.’

Stuani moved from Middlesbrough to play with Girona in the summer of 2017, while Enrique Garcel worked as sporting director and spent nine years building the team. Angel Sanchez Muñoz or Michel took over as trainer in 2021. 

‘We have the best coach possible. And an amazing group with great ambitions. That’s the basis of everything. There is a special connection between us insiders and the fans too. That makes us a difficult team to beat at the moment.’

‘We won’t put pressure on ourselves to win everything. Because that won’t happen. There will come a time when we must suffer. In fact, we are already suffering from having to win now because we are neither Madrid nor Barça, but the team has spirit. And that can’t be done overnight. It is the club’s many years of work that have helped us become the leaders we are today. I have no doubts,’ said the 37-year-old striker.