Not a starter with PSG this season and confined to a substitute role that is quite difficult to live with when you know his talent, Keylor Navas will be well in the cages of Costa Rica from his team’s first match at the World Cup against Spain. A star in his country, the goalkeeper is highly anticipated and the performance of his national team will largely depend on his performance in front of the goal line. Long questioned by The Teamthe goalkeeper has confidence in the potential of his team and hopes that the latter will live the same course as in 2014. “We will do everything for it. I have confidence in my team-mates. We come to win matches and be strong.
Water in the lungs at birth
The fate of Keylor Navas could have been totally different. Affected by health problems from birth, the Costa Rican star could have died. It’s a story that few people know. My mother had a very bad experience during my delivery. The doctor told him that I had to be taken out by force, because he could no longer hear my heart beating. I was already no longer of this world, somewhere (smile). My mother replied that I really had to go out. And they took me out. As I had swallowed amniotic fluid, they warned her that I could have sequelae. Finally, I’m still here.
In my family, there have always been fighters. My dad, my mom, my grandparents… From a very young age, they taught us that in difficulty, we shouldn’t cry hoping for a miracle to come from heaven, but work hard, because things happen with work. That’s what I try to do. At the end of the tunnel, there is always a light. Today I am in the tunnel. But the light will come” explained the PSG doorman at length.