Arenga de Piqué: "We are Barça and this is not over"

"Remember one thing: we are Barça and this is not over yet. Fighting to the end is part of our DNA. Head high and on Tuesday we will go for it all."


Barça does not give up. His official spokesman, who is Gerard Piqué above any other, made it public this Sunday. After the conspiracy on the return flight from Vigo, and the training this Sunday, the Catalan center-back sent his message to raise the morale of the troop and the culé partner and, who knows, whether to try to put pressure on Madrid with a view to the match this Sunday in Cornellà. "Remember one thing: we are Barça and this is not over yet. Fighting to the end is part of our DNA. Head high and on Tuesday we will go for it all."

Piqué, one of Barça's best players since his return from confinement, has taken this final part of the championship as a personal matter. After the game against Sevilla, he explained his doctrine. "It will be very difficult to win this League, given the days Madrid will leave few points," he said to launch an implicit message against the decisions of the VAR just before Real Sociedad-Real Madrid at the Reale Arena that fueled his theory and gained followers.

After the game against Celta, and back in Barcelona, Piqué tweeted an excerpt from an MGMT song: "We were fated to pretend" ("we were destined to pretend"). There are those who interpreted it as an accusation to Rafinha for the lack of 2-2. But the message remained open. The one that is not unequivocal is this Sunday. Barça have not yet released a white flag. "We are Barça and this is not over," insisted the message Piqué, one of the leaders of a spectacularly winning and competing generation that, despite the setbacks in Seville and Vigo, is in a position to fight for the championship. Piqué, it is clear, wanted to focus efforts on Tuesday's game ("we will go for all"). Probably because he is aware that if Barça stumbles again, LaLiga will have definitely escaped.



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