Guardiola: 'The most difficult thing in football is to put it into the net. Scoring goals is the hardest thing there is. We tried, and we had lots of shots on goal'
Guardiola: 'The most difficult thing in football is to put it into the net. Scoring goals is the hardest thing there is. We tried, and we had lots of shots on goal. The goal from David sealed the match. Then, we had more control and lots more chances'
Guardiola: 'We’ve managed to make it news when Messi didn’t score. Just imagine the level he’s at. Hopefully he’ll play at that level for many, many years'
Guardiola: 'You already know that when Iniesta is in good shape he’s unique, he works hard, he scores more goals than you think, and he breaks down defences, which is so important to us. He’s come back really well from his injury. Last year he was vital for us, and now we hope he will be just as important. For our part, we’ll try to take care of him and make sure he’s okay'
Guardiola: 'Cuenca has left and returned three times, and that says a lot about him. He’s very brave and disciplined. I saw him play really well with the reserves against Guadalajara. I'm very happy with him, he has something really important and that’s his mental strength'
- The match against Viktoria Plzen had many positives, despite not being the most exciting game in the history of football. I'm pleased to see how our defense in now stronger, Messi makes the news when he doesn't score (as if his assists counted for nothing!), a new La Masia attacking debut and Iniesta confirming he's back to his best after his injury.
Plus, 3 more points that takes FC Barcelona one step closer to our FIFTH Champions League trophy.
MES QUE UN CLUB!!!!!!