Carlo Ancelotti: Barcelona are dead right now

La Blaugrana will travel to Santiago Bernabeu to face the arch-rivals Real Madrid after the disappointing result against Inter Milan in the Champions League.

Carlo Ancelotti: Barcelona are dead right now
Carlo Ancelotti: Barcelona are dead right now

Xavi’s team is currently ahead of Carlo Ancelotti’s Real Madrid on goal difference and the top spot in the League table will be at stake in this match.

As per Spanish journalist Tomas Roncero, Carlo Ancelotti wanted to enmesh the arch-rivals Fc Barcelona and do not want to give them a chance to revive themselves after the disappointment in the Champions League.

Carlo Ancelotti’s message to his squad:

“Barcelona are dead right now, and the only way they can revive is by beating us on Sunday. We can’t let them win again. This is a final.”

Xavi and his team is under massive pressure and the morale of the squad is down as well after the frustrating 3-3 draw against Inter Milan. A win against the arch-rivals Real Madrid will not only uplift the morale of the squad but also keep them on the top of the La Liga table.


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