The biggest game of match day 8 in the 2021-22 La Liga Santander campaign is the game involving defending champions Atletico Madrid and Football Club Barcelona at Wanda Metropolitano Stadium later tonight.
The game promises to be a very exciting and tough one as both teams will be going all out to earn maximum points.
In a series of photos posted by FC Barcelona on its official website, its players were seen taking part in their last training session ahead of the game.
Pedri Gonzalez was conspicuously absent as he has been sidelined due to a relapse in his muscle injury.
Here are the training photos below:
Speaking to the press yesterday, Ronald Koeman spoke on his possible departure from thr club after a series of bad results.
He was quoted as saying, “The club hasn’t told me anything [about my dismissal]. I know that the president was here this morning, but I didn’t see him. I have ears and eyes & I know a lot of things are leaked in the press”
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