Man Utd’s Argentine defender Lisandro Martinez opens up about his anger issues which is “really hard” for him to control
The Argentine World Cup winner admits that he sometimes want to “kill” people when he is on the pitch and controlling his anger gets “really hard.”
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The 25-year-old says he has to control his aggressive behavior on the pitch and handle situations better.
Speaking to The Telegraph, Martinez said, “Yeah, it is hard … it is really hard. Sometimes I want to kill but you have to control as well. I think it’s our culture from Argentina – we are passionate.
“Football, for us, is everything so that is why we always give everything of us. I remember when I was really young, like four or five, I start to fight and I start to cry when I lose. So it is something we have in the blood, we have in the heart.”
However, Martinez has only picked up four yellow cards this season. He acknowledges that he has to be clever not to be sent off in matches.
“I can do it. Otherwise, I will be suspended every game,” he added. “You have to be clever.”
The Argentine has been a successful signing for Manchester United since his summer arrival. He