Landa is a good bet

The morning team of As coordinated by David F


The morning team of As coordinated by David F. Sanchidrián on Tuesday presented a nice piece of information, in which equated the bet that put Liverpool in the Champions League final with other sports quotas of the same level, around 17-1. The comparison showed as bets of identical risk that Max Verstappen won the Grand Prix of Spain of Formula 1 in Montmeló, that Kei Nishikori was imposed in the Mutua Madrid Open, or that Mikel Landa won the Giro de Italia, among others. "What do you think about not being included among the main favorites to victory?" They asked Landa the following day during the presentation of the Giro on Eurosport. With a certain tinge, so characteristic in him, he replied: "I do not think that because he is not on the favorites list, Roglic will leave me two meters" .

Primoz Roglic, as he quotes him, appears as the main candidate for the pink after its recent exhibition in Romandía, just ahead of Tom Dumoulin and Simon Yates. Landa is paid at 17, true, but that is equivalent to the sixth applicant, which is not too bad either. Perhaps the best thing that can happen to you is to leave Bologna without that external pressure, because that is just how you have offered your most optimal services. Emerged in the 2015 Giro when no one was waiting for him, he rubbed elbows with Alberto Contador, finished third, and did not move forward because he was stopped at Astana in favor of Fabio Aru. Something similar happened to him in the 2017 Tour, where he served Chris Froome and finished fourth. In Italy he lands as the undoubted leader of the Movistar, but with little noise around. And you know how Liverpool finished. It is a good bet.



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