"We knew he was having that family issue at home", Santos said at a press conference. "We will not share the broadcast [with Match TV - TASS]", Faifman added.
Tablets that monitor player performance will be used by teams for the first time in a Federation Internationale de Football Association competition when Germany play Chile in Sunday's Confederations Cup final in Russia.
"I've said on numerous occasions, he's one of the best players in the world", Bravo told Sky Sports. They would probably have been captain and attacker Julian Draxler, and defenders Joshua Kimmich, Shkodran Mustafi and Jonas Hector.
Chile have been exciting and aggressive in attack, albeit without a cutting edge at times, while Germany have simply impressed all over the pitch with their depth, variance of play and ability to score goals throughout the team.
Chile are looking for their third worldwide trophy in three years after winning both the 2015 and 2016 Copa America titles - beating Argentina in the final on penalties on both occasions.
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"He said he was totally committed to playing for this tournament, (but) obviously this was an important moment in his life and as we didn't reach our main objective of the final, the president and myself thought it would be a nice gesture to the player to be with his family and his children.
We have the players to compete at this level". The focus will also be on Schalke midfielder, who crushed the spirits of Mexico in the first semi-final with a brace inside the first eight minutes. But their flamboyance has also given way to vulnerability at the back as they have also been heavily prone to conceding goals, despite the heroics of Guillermo Ochoa between the sticks.
The La Roja have not been as dominating as Germany in the ongoing tournament, but have been effective enough to pose a serious threat to other top teams and even held the world champions to a 1-1 draw in the group stages.
Mexico will be looking to record their second ever win over European opposition in Confederations Cup history. It is also a match that could see a host of fringe players take the field from both sides as the pressure to win the tournament is off.
"They are very ambitious and yearning to be part of the team".
And midfield dynamo Arturo Vidal stated winning the Confederations Cup would prove they're the best in the world. "We've beaten Argentina in the [Copa] finals twice and we beat Portugal to reach the final". But we've become a team over the last few weeks.