Next time I'll learn to dive maybe, but I'm not a woman.
So when I go home, sometimes, even when I had an amazing game, I always think about what I missed.
When I was 20 or 21, I didn't.. I won't say care about anything, but you're like in your own world - you made something that you always wanted to do, and then you kind of think only about your family and yourself.
He controlled the ball on his chest, step on it, look, see if someone was in the stands, take a coffee, turn, call his family, no one was answering, left a message, and then thought Oh, I might cross the ball. He crossed it and they scored.
In football you always get judged on your last game. Whoever you are, or how amazing you are, it's the last game that everyone has seen.
When I was younger I was trying to do what I wanted to do, not what the game wanted me to do.
Because that's just the way it is, and don't sleep on what you did before, you know, because it can.. Not hurt you, but you can find yourself sleeping on something that happened in the past, but you dare to progress and there is always room for progression.
I always think about what I missed, and I think that was my driving force - never be satisfied with what I've done.
A lot of different races and nationalities play football, so it is a good way to try and stop racism.
I may be French, but I'm playing for Arsenal.
You learn from your mistakes.