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Barcelona coach, Xavi Hernandez, expressed his happiness at his team’s victory over Levante in the 31st round of the Spanish League, and also spoke about the Catalan team’s chances of winning the “La Liga” title.
Barcelona won a fatal 3-2 victory during the confrontation with Levante, and scored the triple “Barca”, Aubameyang, Pedri and Luke de Jong, in the 59th, 63rd, and “90 + 2” minutes, while Levante, Morales and Millero scored two penalties in the two minutes. 52, and 82, knowing that Roger Marti missed a third penalty kick for Levante.
Xavi said in comments reported by the Spanish newspaper “Marca”: “When we were able to play in the opponent’s area, we were better, and I am very happy with Ter Stegen (Barcelona goalkeeper) and the group. They are professionals and work hard, and I think the fatigue was evident after Thursday’s match.” European League.
He added: “I am very satisfied with Luke de Jong, he has a great mentality, and I wouldn’t say that he is just a substitute player, he knows what he has to do in the last minutes, and we must enjoy what we did.”
And he continued, “3 penalties against us? I don’t know, the second kick was due to a handball, and winning despite 3 penalty kicks against us means that we are ready to compete and have a winning mentality, and it was a difficult match.”
On Barcelona’s chances of winning the “La Liga” this season, Xavi said: “Winning the League is very difficult because Real Madrid does not waste points, and if they lose a point in the next two weeks…maybe.”
Barcelona, who is second in the Spanish League, is 12 points away from leaders Real Madrid, knowing that “Barcelona” has a game in hand.
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