Aleñá: "We made the cut, but the worst was the injuries"

The azulgrana midfielder, of the most outstanding in Balaidos, recognized that "we missed the last pass", but that "the attitude of the team was good".


Carles Aleñá formed an unprecedented midfield this season along with Arthur Melo and Riqui Puig in a little recognizable Barcelona in terms of names in Balaidos. With the League already in the pocket and three days of the momentous meeting against Liverpool back from the semifinals of the Champions, Ernesto Valverde opted for rotations. The midfielder was the highlight and believes that "the game was against us but the attitude was good, we made the cut and we have to think about what is coming" . In the right profile, the player understood himself well with Puig and, at the same time, he was the one who tried the shot on goal, the team's deficit as he recognizes. "In general, all the lines went well, perhaps we missed the last pass, which is what makes the difference", he said.

The worst face of the match was "injuries". "We came to do no harm and to have a good performance, it's a shame of the injured. Hopefully it's nothing about Dembélé because for us he is an important footballer," said the canterano. "I know he noticed something in the hamstrings, but we still do not know what he has", said. Aleñá was present in the third defeat of the season of a Barcelona that is already looking at Tuesday's meeting in Liverpool after the Vigo process.



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