Sad news for Barcelona as key players will not be playing
By AYSQUARE² | self meida writer
Published 15 days ago - 6038 views
Barcelona has travelled to sevilla for the first leg of the Copa del rey semi-final after defeating Granada in the quarter-final. Barcelona performed well in there last five games and we hope to see them do better against Sevilla. We hope to see Messi play at his very best for the club. Currently, Barcelona are at the second place on the laliga table with 43 points.
On Tuesday, Barcelona manager (Ronald koeman) named his squad for the Sevilla match with three players out: Sergiño Dest, Miralem Pjanic and Martin Braithwaite. They are all suffering from injury and will not be playing.
These three joins the already known absences of Gerard Piqué, Philippe Coutinho, Sergi Roberto and Ansu Fati.
Ter Stegen, Sergio, Griezmann, Messi, O. Dembélé, Riqui Puig, Neto, Lenglet, Pedri, Trincao, Jordi Alba, Matheus, De Jong, Umtiti, Junior, Iñaki, Mingueza, Ilaix, Collado and Konrad are the players that will be playing.
Do you think Barcelona can win with this squad?
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