Landa: "They are playing to see who takes control"

The Spaniard from Bahrain ended up happy after saving one day that Movistar tried with Soler, who recovered from the falls of the first day.

Landa:-"They-are-playing-to-see-who-takes-control"

Mikel Landa finished the second stage of the Tour happy after an initial day in which he crashed. The one from Bahrain was satisfied "to save the day", although he regretted having casualties among his teammates from the first day, with the abandonment of Valls and the problems of Poels. "The Rafa Valls thing is a shame, Poels had a strong blow, but we hope that he will recover," he said. He also analyzed what was seen in a second day in which several teams were seen trying to take the initiative: "They are playing to see who is in control" .

On the other hand, Marc Soler was the Spanish protagonist of the day after trying to leave on the last ascent in which the decisive cut was formed with Alaphilippe, Yates and Hirschi. "I woke up with pain due to the two falls on Saturday, but little by little I was feeling better. I thought I could catch them, but it was not possible and then it was a pity that I cut myself on the descent and lost a minute at the finish line", explained



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