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Xavi wants to ‘write history’ against Bayern (despite very unfavorable history)

Second in their Champions League group, Barcelona travel to Munich on Day Six on Wednesday. Xavi’s players need to win to qualify and they will be in danger if they draw or lose. The Catalan coach knows this and believes in his team’s chances, despite the Blaugrana’s terrible record on the Bayern field.

Ahead of Wednesday’s match against Bayern Munich, Barcelona have effectively qualified for the knockout stages of the tournament. Champions League. But here it is: If the Catalans do not win in Bavaria, they will find themselves in third place in Group E if Benfica defeat Dynamo Kiev. To stay on top of his destiny, Barcelona must win in Germany. On the eve of this crucial trip, Xavi Hernandez wants to believe it, and too bad if Barcelona never wins in Munich.

And the Catalan coach estimated in a press conference, “I am working to win the match on Wednesday and go to the eighth match. This is our reality at the moment, then we will see in other competitions where we are at the end of the season.” From the comments you reported sports. We are Barcelona and we have to try to win everything. Wed we can write the date. Why don’t we think of Barcelona’s first win in Munich? “

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Xavi: “We are trying to compete with our guns”

He confirmed, at least, that he will finish third in his group, then Barcelona will move to connect europe. But for now, Xavi doesn’t want to hear about it. His team still has to play a game and do everything to continue the adventure in the Champions League.

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If he left Blaugrana’s record during his previous trips to Bavaria in fear of the worst (four defeats and two draws), the former midfielder is hoping to see his players outdo themselves and snatch their ticket to the knockout stages.

Xavi said again: “I don’t know if this is a miracle, it depends on how the match goes on Wednesday. We will try to compete with our weapons. After the shock, we will see how we were and whether Bayern are injured? We are in football. I don’t see it as a miracle, you can win.” on anyone.”

Sweep on the road to Camp Nou (0-3), Barcelona will have a lot to do against Bayern Munich in full swing. Especially as Robert Lewandowski may be keen to shine against former club Lionel Messi. In second place in the Ballon d’Or 2021 behind the Argentine, now under contract with Paris Saint-Germain, the Polish striker can take revenge in his own way: by scoring against the Blaugrana and sending them to the European League.