The Barça defender sees the league title as close as ever, while Neymar lauds team effort
MarcBartra believes that "the three points are very important because they could end up being the difference in La Liga." The Catalan defender said the team is aware that "we can win everything, but it will not be easy."
According to Bartra, the key to getting to the final of the Champions League is "to go to Munich to win. We know it will not be easy, because we saw what happened there to Porto, so we need to go out and have a big game. "
Neymar, author of the first goal, said, "We did everything we could to score and in the end the goals came." He added: "We've had some big games recently in which we expended a lot of effort, and Real are a difficult team and we knew that it would difficult."
After the game Rafinha was a guest on Barça TV's El Marcador where he confessed he feels "very happy because I've played a lot of minutes in my first season in the first team." He said it was a difficult challenge but his intention is to "strive to keep learning and give more to the team."
Rafinha was cautious, as were the other members of the team, when asked about Tuesday's match versus Bayern in Munich. He explained how proud his father is to have "two children in the semifinals of the Champions League." He concluded his interview by reminding everyone that Barça face "five finals and have to give their maximum."