Since he is as Spanish as a Japanese can be, today was an important day for Mutsu. Begun the title defence Spain has.
“Day 4 of the tournament. I’ve been waiting for this match. As strange as this may sound, listening to the conversations in the media centre in Spanish calms me down. I also was able to concentrate on the shoot. The weather which I was concerned about since yesterday held up well during the course of the match.
Buffon was very excited when Italy took the lead in the 2nd half. As a photographer, having a player like him who openly expresses emotions is a blessing. His reaction allowed me to forget for a moment that Spain was losing. Soon after Silva’s assist led to the equaliser. 1-1, I’m sure both teams were happy they didn’t lose tonight.”
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2 thoughts on “Euro 2012: Spain v Italy”
Its very nice to have some sort of “live” feedback from a photographer during this event.Thanks for sharing this.
It’s as “live” as we can make it and I think it’s important to know what goes through a photographer’s mind during a long shoot like the Euro. :)