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Patty extended contract, Koeman: "It's easier to prepare for the Clasico after a win" - Walla! sport

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Shortly after the 0-1 win over Dynamo Kiev, Barcelona announced that the young star had signed until 2027. Coach: "We had to decide the game." The crowd at Camp Nou pointed with their feet



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Patti extended contract, Koeman: "Easier to prepare for Clasico after victory"

Shortly after the 0-1 win over Dynamo Kiev, Barcelona announced that the young star had signed until 2027. Coach: "We had to decide the game."

Pique equaled a record, the crowd at Camp Nou pointed with their feet

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Wednesday, October 20, 2021, 10:50 p.m.

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Barcelona were far from impressive tonight (Wednesday) against Dynamo Kiev, but in the bottom line they recorded a debut goal and first points in the Champions League with a 0: 1 victory from a goal by Gerard Pique. What is certain is that the ability she demonstrated against the Ukrainians will not be enough for her to beat Real Madrid in the Clasico that will take place in four days.



The Catalan crowd also voted with their feet, with only 45,968 spectators at the Camp Nou: this is the lowest amount of Barça's home game in a game approved to fill the stadium since the game against Bata Borisov in December 2011.



"A game like this should have ended 3 or 0: 4. When you have poor quality strikers, you can not demand a good finish from them. But our strikers are in the top and it is their job to decide games like tonight's. This victory keeps us alive in the Champions League and thanks to him everything is still "Possible, but we had to decide the game better than we did," concluded coach Ronald Koeman, who tried to look at the full half of the glass: "It's always easier to prepare for the Clasico after a win and not a loss."

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At least he can prepare for the Clasico after a win.

Coman (Photo: GettyImages, LLUIS GENE / AFP)

It is possible that what Barcelona need to win the Clasico is a goal from Pique, because at least in the Champions League, it is a formula that works with 100% success.

The Blaugrana have won all 14 games in which Brake has scored, and tonight he overtook Sergio Ramos and equaled Roberto Carlos to become the most defensive defender in Champions League history - 16 goals in 122 appearances.

In addition, Pique became Barcelona's oldest occupier in the factory.



Jordi Alba, who cooked up the winning goal and was selected as the man of the match by UEFA, complimented the occupier: “We know what Jerry’s power is in the box.

In the funds he is always terrible, but as a child he liked to come up and play as a striker, so he has a good finish. "Regarding ability, the left-back said:" We played well, especially in the first half, but we could and should take advantage of our situations to 'kill' the game. " .

For him it was a more successful evening.

Pika celebrates (Photo: Reuters)

About an hour and a half after the game, Barcelona announced news that will surely encourage its fans more than tonight's show: Enso Patti has officially signed a contract extension and will remain at the club until 2027. The team will hold a press conference tomorrow in honor of the event.

As was done with Federy's new contract, who signed an extension to his contract a few days ago, Patti's new release clause will also stand at one billion euros.

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