The Barça recovers and prepares already the party of Champions

Published:4/12/2016 - 15:46h

Updated:4/12/2016 - 15:46h

The FC Barcelona made this Sunday a soft session of recovery in the Ciutat Esportiva, after the effort made in the Classical of the past Saturday in the Camp Nou. The ones of Luis Enrique already prepare the visit of the Borussia M'Gladbach

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The FC Barcelona returned this Sunday to the trainings hardly some hours after the tie harvested against the Real Madrid in League Santander. The ones of Luis Enrique exercised in a soft session of recovery, in which Jeremy Mathieu was again absent when being still lesionado after having recaído of the ailment that suffered weeks backwards.

Like this the things, the rest of available players to the orders of Luis Enrique trained without problems in the field Tito Vilanova of the Ciutat Esportiva, encouraging mutually after the unlucky tie of the Saturday, when the team had it everything in favour to achieve the three points in front of a Real Madrid that marked in the minute 90.

Now, the Barcelona already only looks to the horizon and the most immediate is to prepare for the visit of the Borussia Mönchengladbach to the Camp Nou, in the last day of the phase of groups of the UEFA Champions League.

It treats of a totally unimportant meeting for both teams, by what expects that they play footballer no usual in both alignments, with Luis Enrique that it will be able to use to some of the effective that less minutes accumulate in the Barcelona staff, being able to debut finally Denis Suárez in UEFA Champions League.

In spite of being a mere formality, the Barcelona prepares the party against the German picture as if it treated of a party of maximum requirement, since the Barcelona group needs to recover confidence and a goleada would go him very well to reconcile with his game.

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