It´s not a week to talk about records, says Barcelona boss Valverde

It´s not a week to talk about records, says Barcelona boss Valverde

It´s not a week to talk about records, says Barcelona boss Valverde

Following the shock Champions League exit at the hands of Roma in midweek, Barcelona will attempt to take their anger out on Valencia at Camp Nou.

"Messi is like his team-mates", Valverde said.

"It hurts a lot but we have to look forward".

"But we still have two trophies to play for this season". Now it is within our reach'.

However, the initiative has been handed to his great rival Cristiano Ronaldo as a result who scored the decisive late penalty which guided Real Madrid past Juventus and into the last four of the competition.

Valverde added: 'We were all down at the start of the season [after losing the Super Cup] but we all lifted ourselves. This is the most important thing. "We needed 10 points to win the league, now it's seven". In that sense, I have to congratulate the players because it's not easy after the huge disappointment they had. You can not have a bad moment in this competition and that happened to us the other day'.

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There is still the possibility of Messi being a one-club man, but the Argentine seems genuinely honest when promising in the past that he will don the colours of his childhood team, Newell's Old Boys, for the first time as a senior professional during some point in his career.

Lionel Messi was inactive for much of the first half but grew into the game in the second, narrowly volleying over the bar and fizzing a shot just wide after tearing through the Valencia defence.

'Dembele has plenty to offer.

"Chelsea takes the safety of our fans, both at home and away, extremely seriously, and this not what we expect when attending events organised by UEFA or its member clubs". The rival is always thinking about where Suarez might be.

Since breaking into the Barca first-team under Frank Rijkaard in 2005, the Argentine has gone on to amass an incredible 546 goals in all competitions for the club, as well as creating a further 246 in 630 appearances.

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