May 20, 2022

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Xavi: The future is bright against Barcelona

Xavi: The future is bright against Barcelona

Barcelona coach Xavi Hernandez has announced that his team will return to action after beating arch-rivals Real Madrid 4-0 at the Santiago Bernabeu in the Spanish Premier League on Sunday.

Xavier’s team provided a football lesson in a match that was dominant from start to finish and deserved to win by more than four goals.

“I’m happy, it’s a fun night,” Xavi told reporters.

“Barcelona are back. Today we have shown that we can match the best Real Madrid team on home soil. Supporting our plan in the future is a huge achievement.”

Javier was one of the best Barcelona players and the first person to win as a player and coach at Real Madrid with four or more goals since being part of the Catalan team that won 6-2 at the Santiago Bernabeu in 2009. .

Xavi added, “I’m glad we did better than Real Madrid. We played a great match. I enjoy it because I’m more than a Barcelona coach, I’m a lifelong fan of the club, so evenings like this are unforgettable for you.”

Barcelona have not beaten Real Madrid in three years, which says a lot about the club’s suffering in recent years.

“It’s important to put an end to these continual failures, the negative mood and the feelings the club is going through,” Xavi said.

The decision confirms that Barcelona are back on track following the departure of Lionel Messi before the start of the current season due to the club’s financial problems.

When Ronald Koeman was sacked at the start of the season, the club went down by their standards as they moved up to ninth in the league.

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Xavi revived Barcelona, ​​who embraced defeat after an overtime defeat to Athletic Bilbao at the Kings Cup on January 20, and advanced to third in the rankings.

Barcelona have scored 24 goals in their last seven matches in the league, and have scored 23 of 27 points in the league and qualified for the quarter-finals of the European League.

“The way the players fought more than four goals, the way they ran and participated in every game, I was very impressed, it was inspiring,” Xavi said.

“I don’t think we can compete for the title. Real Madrid have a 12 point lead. We came in too late, but the future is bright for us.”