Superman López: "Without two men it is hard to be in front"

The Colombian from Movistar was resigned to Roglic's victory in the Lakes of Covadonga: "He made a large number and we are behind us."


Miguel Ángel López was resigned to the victory of Primoz Roglic in the 17th stage of the Vuelta a España. The Colombian from Movistar believes that it is difficult to control the race in this last week with the two casualties suffered by the team. "We have seen that from the second week, without two men, it is harder for our gregarious to stay ahead, control the leaks, keep us well. Tomorrow will be tomorrow. To recover today and see what happens," he said.

"You don't have to dose. We always came to the top, both in front and back, trying to cut the difference. I think starting the last climb with 1:30, all fair ... There are important days left and see how we save them," he explained Superman "At the moment we have saved the day to day, we have done a great job. Today Roglic did a great number and we are behind us. Tomorrow will be another day," added the South American.Kuss: "Everything can still change"

"We have not won yet. Tomorrow's stage and the time trial remain. Everything can change," said the American Sepp Kuss, second year of the double of the Jumbo-Visma, who advanced to the rest of roosters on the final slope. "It is a dream to finish second in a legendary port like this. We have seen a champion in Roglic and in Bernal as well," he congratulated himself. "We thought that Ineos or Movistar would attack. But we were not thinking about Bernal," he concluded.

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