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This pause in football may benefit Barcelona: Messi

In selective statements to Diario SPORT, the Argentine forward Lionel Messi feels the coronavirus break in football could have positive ramifications for FC Barcelona.

La Liga halted in March in view of the pandemic after Barça had moved back to the highest point of La Liga, however, the sensations from past team games were not especially acceptable. They had drawn with Napoli in Europe and needed to beat them at Camp Nou to make the last eight of the Champions League (the game didn’t proceed true to form at long last).

Addressing SPORT, Messi conceded: “This interruption in play may wind up profiting us, however, how about we check whether the rivalries we ‘re in can begin again first. At that point we’ll have the option to see the level we ‘re at or how far we can go once we start once more.”

This pause in football may benefit Barcelona: Messi
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Another explanation Messi is hopeful is the arrival of Luis Suarez, who was harmed when the league was suspended however now following a four-month lay off is fit once more. Both have a decent here and there pitch connection. Suarez’s nonattendance disregarded Messi in the team ‘s attack.

While turning out to be champions in the league, Barcelona endured a fall in the structure with Messi saying at the time that the Barca side wasn’t sufficiently able to challenge for the Champions League title in its present state. Those remarks were trailed by misfortune to Real Madrid of 2-0 Clasico.

Messi clarified his remarks in the meeting on Thursday by saying that he has no qualms about the capability of his teammates who will play once more.

“What I implied was playing as we did in those last barely any games before the suspension of football, obviously, we wouldn’t win the Champions League,” Messi implied.

On the off chance that the Champions League match returns, Barcelona enters its last 16-second leg match against Italian side Napoli tied at 1-1

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