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As.com | 25/06/2012
Gerard Piqué has called for people to relax ahead of the match against Portugal: "Don't you worry, we're not as exhausted as you think. At the end of the last match we controlled ourselves, so we wouldn't be shattered." He also explained that yesterday, the squad had time to relax. "We had a chilled-out day in the rooms. We went to bed at five in the morning so we slept almost all day and afterwards saw the England-Italy match."
The Spanish international also had words of support for the family of Miki Roqué. "The news yesterday was terrible. I knew him when I was at United and he was at Liverpool. Yesterday was a massive blow. I spoke to Puyol, too, who knew him personally. He was a wonderful person. Very, very young. I want to send an embrace to his parents in these difficult moments. UEFA has its rules, but of course they'll allow this minute of silence."
About Cristiano Ronaldo, he said: "It's always special to play against footballers of this quality. It took a while for him to get going in the first match, but playing against him is always very difficult. He heads well; you can't give him space. For this match there are no favourites. France changed their way of playing against us, but I don't think there's a favourite."
He also highlighted that his good relationship with the Portuguese. "We were together for two or three years at United. Neither of us spoke much English and we stuck together. We've always got on well."
Piqué once again pointed out that there are no problems with Sergio Ramos. "I've said it now; it's absurd, you can see it when we play. You can't play well on the pitch if you don't get on. The relationship is great."
Asked about who he would dedicate a goal to if he scored in the semi-final, Piqué said: "Normally I dedicate them to my girlfriend, Shakira and I'd definitely dedicate it to her. But I'd almost prefer to not score and go through to the final."