Aleix Vidal already knows that when the winter transfer window is opened, he will depart FC Barcelona for good but he does not know where he will continue his professional career as a footballer. Based on this, Radio Marca reported he that he contacted Sevilla’s sporting director Monchi about his possible transfer to Sevilla.
The injury of Andre Iniesta made Luis Enrique put Denis Suarez as a starter in the yesterday’s match against Sevilla. And his performance couldn’t impress anymore than it did both on the coach and fans of FC Barcelona.
All FC Barcelona players were very pleased with yesterday’s victory against a team that has not lost or draw at home (Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium). Sevilla have now lost on their home ground against Barcelona thanks to Messi’s first goal and a wonderful assist to Suarez’ goal.
Vitolo who scored the only goal for Sevilla against Barcelona is still very convinced that Lionel Messi is still the best player i n the history of time. They had their first loss at their home against the Catalan side and after that, he spoke to the press.
After a less impressive first half from Barcelona, Messi managed to level the game before halftime break. With a fantastic show in the second half, they went ahead with a goal from Suarez which secured the victory for the visitors.
The FC Barcelona first team are already in Sevilla for the Sunday’s night game in Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium. After the 3-1 loss in England, the Catalan team are looking forward to a 3-point game against Sevilla to regain their assurance.
Ahead of the game that will be played in Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium against Sevilla, Luis Enrique declared that the first 40 minutes of the Champions League game against Manchester City is the best his side has ever played since assumed the job of Barcelona head coach.
Sevilla have turned their home (Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium) into a winning ground in all games played in this season’s La Liga and Champions League. They’ve had perfect points in all game which makes them the only team in Spain to have won all matches at home.