FC Barcelona’s season has come to an end after a 2-0 loss against Villarreal at the Camp Nou. After the final whistle, Xavi Hernández, Dani Alves and Ronald Araujo all gave their points of view on the match and season.
Barça manager Xavi addresses the media in a press conference / IMAGO / NurPhoto FC Barcelona manager Xavi Hernández addressed the media Saturday afternoon ahead of the team's season-closing LaLiga match against Villarreal on Sunday. He spoke about the upcoming match, Robert Lewandowski and Frenkie de Jong rumors, potential signings and departures, and much more. Here is what Xavi said about: Sunday's last match of the season against Villarreal "Relative importance in terms of the result. I would like to see a team with good feelings. Winning is not the main objective, the objective is to end with good feelings. Villarreal is the best team that has touched us. They play a lot, difficult rival. You have to have personality that the fans come to enjoy. There will be chances
FC Barcelona with a resounding 4-0 victory over Villarreal in September 2020 (Image credits: David Ramos/ Getty Images) FC Barcelona play Villarreal away at the Estadio de la Cerámica on a Sunday afternoon today. An important fixture which can help Barça take a leap of three points ahead of the whites if they manage to secure wins in both their next two games. Having said that, the road to victory isn’t going to be that easy considering that Barça has to win all their upcoming 7 fixtures with Atlético Madrid & Villarreal clearly the important ones. Koeman has announced a 22 man squad with Dembélé back from his pelvis injury which had kept him absent in an astounding win against Getafe FC
Barcelona’s Marc-Andre ter Stegen (L) and Atlético Madrid's Jan Oblak (R), in front of the Camp Nou/ Photo montage by Blaugranagram FC Barcelona's woes continued as Quique Setién's side were held to a frustrating 2-2 draw by Atlético Madrid on Tuesday night at the Camp Nou. Setién's team were looking to put their dismal display against Celta Vigo last time out behind them, and stay on course as they look to secure a second successive La Liga title at the end of the campaign, but their hopes suffered yet another blow. Diego Costa diverted a Lionel Messi corner into his net on 12 minutes as Barça made it 1-0. Six minutes later, highly-rated midfielder Saúl Ñíguez levelled for Diego Simeone's men from the