"When I have seen the ball coming, I have said 'wherever I go'. I have always been told that thinking is bad and that thinking a lot, worse. That's why I haven't even thought about it," said the key player of the game next to the visiting goal Aitor Fernandez.
"He could have stayed at the polling station," Capa joked about the Guipuzcoan goalkeeper, also trained in Lezama and who stressed that he made "plethora stops" highlighting the red and white victory,
"We are doing the game we want and reaching the top, but the rivals also play and have a goalkeeper. And Aitor has been one of the best in the game," he said.
On a personal level, Portugalete ended up "very happy to have scored a goal after two years" without doing it "and more having done it in San Mames" in which he considers his "best game in Athletic.
Capa was also key in the 1-1 with his measured center to Iker Muniain so that the rojiblanco captain beat an Aitor Fernandez that until then seemed unbeatable. EFE