The one of terrassa, optimistic with regard to the season that remains by in front

Xavi Hernández: "we Go to by League, Glass and Champions"

Xavi Hernández: "we Go to by League, Glass and Champions"

Published:18/12/2014 - 13:30h


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The captain of the FC Barcelona, Xavi Hernández, ensures that the team is adapting very well to what want to Luis Enrique and that all the players are working to struggle for trying win the three competitions, Glass of Rey, League and Champions League

The Barça already did this past Tuesday the duties in the Glass of Rey, also with a majority of acting. The party against the Huesca served, between other things, to claim the figure of Pedro Rodríguez, that took advantage of perfectly the titularity to annotate a "hat-trick" perfect; a goal of head, one with the right, and another with the left. Also it saw , for the first time, to Douglas and Montoya in the same eleven, one to each side, but the perla of the night was the golazo of the youngster Adama Traoré, the first that transforms with the first team.

After certifying the classification for the eighth of final, Luis Enrique has given a day of party in the Barcelona staff, that will go back to train this Thursday to prepare the next party of League against the Córdoba. Xavi Hernández, that rested against the Huesca, showed this very optimistic Wednesday of face to the three titles at stake of this season

"We go to by the three competitions, the League, the Glass and the Champions. Have beautiful aims this season, there are new people, new trainer, new signings, but are adapting us very well to what wants the míster and is seeing in the field. We are struggling by everything. I think that already I have said it many times this year, but we are in the good way ", ensured the captain in an advertising act where was accompanied by Rakitic, Douglas, Rafinha and Munir.

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