Iniesta hints at departure to make a bad day worse for Barca

Iniesta hints at departure to make a bad day worse for Barca

Iniesta hints at departure to make a bad day worse for Barca

Iniesta added: "We didn't adapt and we're disappointed to have been eliminated". "We've seen it a little bit regularly - if you're a heartfelt Barca fan or if you're a Barca planner or if you're their president or indeed their captain, Andres Iniesta - there's an exact similarity to Turin past year".

Why do you think Messi fails to step up in the biggest UCL games? "Now we have to carefully analyze what happened and try to move on".

"The problem Barcelona have is when you have a player like Messi who dominates so much, if he doesn't perform the others don't show their worth", Barnes told beIN Sports. He didn't score in the six quarterfinal games that led to Barcelona's recent eliminations.

But before entering the senior team, the young lads are taught one of the most crucial aspects of the game, and that is to keep the right kind of attitude while always staying grounded.

Neymar left in the offseason, and the players who joined the club after his departure were not able to play up to the same level.

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Philippe Coutinho also arrived to help fill Neymar's absence, but he was ineligible to play in the Champions League because he had already played for Liverpool earlier in the tournament.

Iniesta signed a "lifetime contract" with Barça as recently October, but it is increasingly expected that he will end his 22-year association with the club at the end of the season.

Barcelona made the wrong kind of history last night after crashing out of the Champions League as AS Roma became the first club in history to come back from three goals down against the Catalan club in a two-legged tie. "It's a very tough night, a sad night and one to forget, we need to apologise to the fans for how we have fallen", the midfielder said.

Barcelona hold an 11-point lead in La Liga and still have a Copa del Rey final clash against Sevilla to look forward to, but the front pages of this morning's Spanish newspapers don't make for good reading for Valverde and his players. "Right now we feel very bad".

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