Landa: "There are very tough days left and there will be surprises"

The Bahrain leader came within 12 seconds of Roglic and Pogacar, but cut time compared to Egan Bernal, so he looks close to the podium in Paris.


Mikel Landa was the best of the Spanish. He came within 12 seconds of Primoz Roglic and Tadej Pogacar and remains at 1:55 in the general. He is eighth and has the podium at 56 seconds and cut time to Egan Bernal.

"It was a super hard finish, very explosive. Pocacar and Roglic are the best, but I feel happy because I am close and I have cut other rivals. I will go day by day. Now there are very hard days and there will be surprises. We have to be there, as regularly as possible looking towards Paris ", valued the leader of Bahrain.

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