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It really, really took our chance away from winning. The issue for Truex was that he and crew chief Cole Pearn set the car up for long runs. We felt it was going to be a long-run kind of race just because the track is slick and there are so many multiple grooves.
Typically, these are the ones that go green for a long time. We were kind of banking on that and for a while it was working for us. Obviously, at the end it was caution after caution. That really took any chance we had away. Brad Keselowski — Winner: I was worried about running out of gas there at the end. I know the fans can hear on this microphone and I want to say thank you to everyone who braved degree heat all day. You guys are the real heroes.
I get paid to do this. You guys pay to watch and thank you for doing that. Thank you for coming out today and tolerating the heat. What a special day for wins for Penske, three in a row here, first win in the Playoffs. Kyle Larson — Finished 2nd: But, was happy to end up second there. Just glad we had a good day after the tire issue we had early in the race.
So, yeah, good points day. With 15 laps or so we could take the lead and drive away. We were actually a little too good on the long run, I wish maybe we could have gone the other direction a little bit and still been able to get the lead. If we were the leader, we could do okay, I could maintain, but when I was second or third or fourth, it just made me tight enough that I had to wait for the thing to come to me or wait for other guys to start getting off the bottom in front of me.
Really proud of the effort. Joey Logano — Finished 4th: I wish I could re-run the race. Might be a little better. But everyone in the field is probably saying the same thing. Ryan Blaney — Finished 5th: I was good on short runs and long runs I was really loose. We were trying to get it to where it would last. We got it a little better but definitely not where we need to be. It was a struggle. They worked really hard all day. I tried to stay out of trouble and just survive I guess.
Congrats to Brad and the 2 team on their th win for Team Penske, that is pretty neat. We have to work on some stuff but salvaging a decent day is a good day. Aric Almirola — Finished 6th: We got behind on qualifying and that kind of set the tone.
That was my fault. I was trying to get too much and got in the fence and made another mistake and we were able to come down on pit road and get all the damage fixed and the car was back to being good again. I am proud of that effort. The game marked Herdman's first competitive match at the Canadian men's helm. Herdman, who switched from the women's to the men's program in January, saw his team defeat New Zealand in a March friendly in Spain.
You see Jonathan David in his debut, one of the youngest players for Canada, he stepped on the field and scored two goals," Herdman said. The game was originally slated to be held in the U. Virgin Islands but was shifted to the IMG Academy due to lack of a suitable venue in the hurricane-hit string of Caribbean islands.
Glasgow Rangers midfielder Scott Arfield captained Canada. Osorio opened the scoring in the sixth minute with a glancing header off a Millar cross and set the stage for the second goal two minutes after when, after deftly chesting the ball down, his shot hit the crossbar. Cavallini, a year-old who plays in Mexico for Puebla FC, came flying into head the ball home. David made it in the 32nd minute, rapping in a low cross got a goal in his international debut.