FC Barcelona president Joan Laporta spoke at the club’s general assembly, where he defended the club’s position on the European Super League project, in which they remain on the same page as Real Madrid and Juventus.
(Picture credits: Alex Caparros, via Getty Images) With closing in on the LaLiga table & a serendipitous comeback in the Copa Del Rey, FC Barcelona have been playing some fine football over the last few games & we believe that the team has the ability to defy the odds against PSG tonight. Here's how: After a 4-1 victory over the Blaugrana in the first leg at Camp Nou, PSG of course has marked themselves more confident to partake in the second leg at their home, in Paris tonight. With Araujo & Piqué out ahead of the second leg, Koeman’s starting XI will have a huge responsibility at hand at the Parc des Princes tonight. Studying the options FC Barcelona has at hand, we