Pedro González, ‘Pedri’, Barcelona midfielder, assured this Wednesday that when he plays he thinks he is on “the court” of his “town” to escape the fact that he is on the field next to great players like Lionel Messi or Sergio Busquets. The Barça player will face his second classic against Real Madrid this weekend. In an interview for LaLiga, he analyzed the crash and his personal situation in the team led by the Dutch Ronald Koeman.
“As a child I was from Barcelona and I dreamed of doing what I do today. I try to avoid the fact that I am next to Messi or Busquets, I think that I am on the field of my town and I try to enjoy myself. Even if you have seen Leo on TV, seeing him in person, in training or in a stadium, he does things from another world. I enjoy every day of it, “he explained. For Pedri, the clash against Real Madrid is” super important “for the public and he recalled that, as a spectator, he also” loved “experiencing these types of matches.
“Now as a footballer I face it with greater enthusiasm. The League scores a lot and we have to try to get the three points. It is very important for us. It is a super difficult game, they have a very good team. We have to play a great game to get the three points. We don’t give up a titleWe will fight to the end and adding three by three will make us reach the end of the season with options, “he said.
Finally, he talked about the system of Ronald Koeman: “With the change we press higher and we have the ball in the opposite field, it is what Barcelona likes. The high pressure makes us win more games.”