ANGRY Messi Blast Barca Team After Loss Against Osasuna As Real Madrid Were Crowned Champions
By SportingAbimbola | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 33 views
Barcelona lost their first home game in 43 straight matches as Osasuna stunned them at the Camp Nou with a 2-1 win as Real Madrid went on to claim the La Liga trophy with a win over Villarreal.
Barcelona captain, Lionel Messi claimed after the game that they might lose against Napoli if they continue playing like this before the game against the Serie A giants in the Champions League.
"Roma, Liverpool... the fans are running out of patience because we're not giving them anything," Messi said post-match.
"If we want to fight for the Champions League, a lot has to change. Like this, we will lose to Napoli. I said a while back it would be difficult to win the Champions League; we didn't even have enough to win LaLiga..."
Messi confirmed that everyone at the club are angry which it is obvious.
"The people at the club are very angry and it's normal because we're angry too," he added.
"People are running out of patience and it's normal because we haven't given them anything."
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