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Luis Enrique: "There's nothing better for a Barça player than winning Real Madrid"

Luis Enrique: "There's nothing better for a Barça player than winning Real Madrid"
Luis Enrique: "There's nothing better for a Barça player than winning Real Madrid"
Luis Enrique talked in press conference this afternoon, one day before the big clash against Real Madrid. The coach believes if they win the match, Real...

Luis Enrique talked in press conference this afternoon, one day before the big clash against Real Madrid. The coach believes if they win the match, Real Madrid will have little options in La Liga. He admitted his players are fully motivated for El Clásico.

The coach also made a good definition of Barça's style, "winning playing in a beautiful way."

Here you have his best statements:

El Clásico

"Apart from Mathieu, all the other players came back in perfect conditions."

"I'm not worried about the fact that our forwards travelled more than Madrid's. This match generates a special energy."

"We will try to have the ball and dominate the match with this aspect."

"I want a Camp Nou full of supporters at their best level, as they expect the players to be."

"Winning tomorrow would be a dramatic effect for Madrid, and Atlético Madrid would be the only opponent for us in La Liga."

"I've seen Messi and the other players' faces. They are really looking forward to playing."

"It's not a match of tridents. It's a match of teams."

"We have showed we can play in counter-attack, but tomorrow I prefer to play a controlled match."

"There's nothing better for a Culer or for a Barça player than wining Real Madrid."

Cruyff

"What Cruyff would like to see, more than a tribute, is a victory of Barça."

Barça's style

"Barça's philosophy is to win with a beautiful game. This means we need skillful but not necessarily strong players."

Messi, about to reach 500 goals

"500 goals by Messi? The number is from another galaxy."

Ter Stegen

"Ter Stegen's future? Anyone is interested in talking about that right now."