The Spanish international player Alexia Putellas was “proud” to be a candidate for the Women’s Ballon d’Or and said that this nomination is because “things are being done well”, in addition to showing her enthusiasm for continuing to increase her matches with Spain before measuring herself to Morocco this Thursday in Cáceres.

Putellas, who will reach 90 caps, does not forget his debut with Spain in 2013. “I do remember the first game, it was the one before the European Championship in Sweden, in Denmark, it was a very, very big illusion and I also remember that very much. first game of the Eurocopa “, indicated the player of the FC Barcelona.

“That debut with the goal in the 90th minute is one of the best moments I have experienced in the national team. I can have 90 caps, it is a pride but I hope there are many more and that they are accompanied with great successes,” said Putellas on the wheel press.

At 27, the Mollet del Vallès player is one of the captains of the national team, but her commitment “has always been maximum.” “It is true that being captain – along with other teammates – requires more facets and worrying that everything goes well and is on track. I am delighted to do so and I try to do my best in everything that touches me, on and off the field,” he said.

And about his nomination for the Ballon d’Or, which will be delivered on November 29 in Paris, he said that “luckily” there are “a few Spanish”, four in particular. “It is a source of pride and we realize that things are being done well. Now that is what it has to be,” he added about the precious award.

“In these awards, each member of the jury has their opinion, I cannot say more. It is a pride to be there and that there are so many colleagues with whom to share this success,” said the Catalan, who claimed to be “one hundred percent” after having “recovered quickly from the injury”, a concussion that occurred in the last game of ‘Champions’.