David Pizarro was excited after the tie won by the U against Iquique, which in turn meant that the layman said goodbye to the title.
In this case, he said that "unfortunately we can't break the iron defenses like that from Iquique and that's a pity, because we have the feeling of being able to take this to the end ".
In connection with what he experienced before the Celestial Dragons, Pek acknowledged that "We don't have the luck we might have on another occasion. We have to fight for second place which gives you direct access to the Copa Libertadores"
As for retirement, Pizarro claimed to be happy, because "at that time I did not do what I wanted when I arrived in Chile"
"I want to go back to the port (Valparaíso) for social problems, as usual, I am bound by social problems. I think I will retire elsewhere and I am happy to retire now at Universidad de Chile"he said, thanking him for what he had experienced on that romantic trip.
"Today's response from U people, for me is the biggest award they can give me," he said.