Sergi Roberto: “I leave here cooking”

first_imgIn addition to cooking, Sergi Roberto stressed that keep training: “They send us a weekly schedule and they remind us daily and I follow the guidelines and I also train with video calls with my friends from Reus. It is easier, because it becomes more enjoyable. No need to send them any video. ” What he has stopped doing to a lesser extent is “playing Play. I go for a walk to Baloo the dog. A couple of times I have gone to the supermarket to do the weekly shopping to go out as little as possible and spend the time watching movies by installments, which are the ones I like the most, like the Lord of the Rings and the Hobbit, who give for hours and I’ve also seen the entire Harry Potter saga. In books, I recommend the biography of the creator of Nike and the Hunger Games Trilogy. In another order of things, I did a yoga class and it didn’t happen anymore ”.However, all these activities do not cure the desire to return to the playing fields. “What I miss the most is competing, training, seeing my teammates. I see repeated games on TV and more desire to play comes in. I hope there will be a little preseason before I return, hopefully we have a few days to get in shape, it’s not the same as working out in the gym, ”he said.He also did not want to forget to “thank the affected toilets, give a lot of strength to the affected families, it is very important to stay home so that this ends as soon as possible” Sergi Roberto gave an interview to the FC Barcelona YouTube channel in which he explained how confinement is happening with his daughter of a few months and his wife. Answering the questions asked by the fans. Among the activities to which the versatile Barcelona midfielder spends time, the kitchen stands out. “From this I go out cooking, I am learning to cook above my level, which was very basic. Adrà cooks for us at La Ciutat Esportiva and now I am learning. I will try to make a Japanese cheesecake these days ”last_img read more

Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood to miss South Africa tour

first_imgAustralia fast bowlers Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood will miss the tour of South Africa to rest ahead of a busy international programme at home, Cricket Australia said on Friday. (Australia to conduct ‘meaty’ review after Sri Lanka Test debacle)Captain Steve Smith was also sent home last week from Sri Lanka to rest before South Africa, where his side will play six one-day internationals, including one against Ireland, before returning home to face the Proteas in three Tests in November. (David Warner slams pitches after Sri Lanka series win)”Both Mitchell and Josh have had big tours of Sri Lanka and have a heavy workload ahead of them with 10 tests to be played this summer,” chairman of selectors Rod Marsh said in a statement.”As such, it is important they are managed appropriately and we believe missing the tour of South Africa is the right time for them to take a break.”This also provides a good opportunity for some of our up-and-coming fast bowlers to push for selection.”Hazlewood will return to Australia from Sri Lanka immediately, Marsh said, and miss the final one-day match and the Twenty20 series.Starc will remain with the team until the end of the tour.Australia, who were hammered 3-0 in the test series in Sri Lanka, have wrapped up the one-day series with an unassailable 3-1 lead.The final ODI is on Sunday in Kandy before two T20 matches.last_img read more