Like Paris Saint-Germain, FC Barcelona will be returning to domestic competition as the Spanish side tries to find its form for next month’s return leg at the Parc des Prince.
Nonetheless, Barça manager Ronald Koeman continued to answer questions over went wrong this past week against Les Parisiens. The Dutch tactician spoke to the media, where Canal Supporters relayed his words.
Furthermore, the 57-year-old chalked it up as a bad day at the office, and he hopes his squad can come out better for it.
“It is difficult to say what we missed against the big teams. They were very effective and that made a difference. I don’t think we can’t compete. We were close, we had our chances. I don’t see a team that is much better than the other. We can beat anyone, but we have to prove it in every game,” Koeman said.
“Like I said after the game, the world doesn’t stop after a loss. We have to analyze the matches, our mistakes, and improve things. The other day, we were bad with the ball, we had too many ball losses and gave the opponent options on a counter-attack. I hope we come out of this event stronger and win the game tomorrow Sunday.”
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