Barcelona’s players are proud after their defeat for Real. “Just like that” Soccer

In recent years, Real Madrid has had a real Barcelona patent. The royals won the last four classics, while Barca had the last triumph over the eternal rival in March 2019. It was no different in the match in the Spanish Super Cup semi-final, where the team led by Carlo Ancelotti won 3-2 after a goal by Federico Valverde in extra time.

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Barcelona proud despite defeat at El Clasico. “Only fail like this”

FC Barcelona lost 2: 3 to Real Madrid in the semi-final of the Spanish Super Cup and thus will not have a chance to win the 14th trophy in history. Despite the defeat, Xavi did not hide his satisfaction with the attitude of his team. “I have mixed feelings, because on the one hand we were close to winning, but on the other hand we were dominating fragments. When we lose, it is like that. So far we lack some experience and responsibility, but it was a step forward” – he said.

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Ronald Araujo spoke in a similar context. “Defeat hurts, but I’m proud of the team anyway, because we played really well. We couldn’t prevent them, but I’m still proud. The results will come soon, we have to improve some things. You can see the fruits of the work,” added the Uruguayan. “We have to learn from defeats, but the fans can be proud of us. But if opportunities are not taken, games are not won,” said Pedri.

Twitter experts pointed in particular to Luuk de Jong’s good form. “He plays because he deserves it, scores goals and helps us,” said Xavi. “Luuk de Jong took to heart the slogan ‘new year, new me’. As soon as rumors about the transfer of Alvaro Morata appeared, everything started to fall into place for Luuk” – wrote Jakub Kręcidło, journalist of Canal + Sport.

“Koeman was right, however. Luuk De Jong is extremely dangerous in the penalty area,” noted Piotr Domagała, a journalist and commentator for Viaplay.

“And why Messi, when there is Luuk” – said Wojciech Kowalczyk shortly.

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David Martin is the lead editor for Spark Chronicles. David has been working as a freelance journalist.

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