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14.04.2009 23:54

Iniesta: “We’re two matches away from Rome”


Speaking to reporters after a good personal performance against Bayern, Andrés Iniesta, was also delighted with the team effort. “We knew we had the tie in our hands but we wanted to show that we’re a team with ambition”.

Iniesta also expressed his satisfaction with the way the season is progressing. “It’s all been perfect and I’m very happy for the whole group and the way things are turning out for us. It’s very important that we haven’t lost recently”.

“The next tie will be attractive and interesting. We just have to remember that we’re two matches away from Rome”.

Here are some more comments from the players after the match in Germany:


“Bayern is a great team but we were very well prepared”.

“I scored an important goal fro the team and I’m very happy but the main thing is the team”.

“We haven’t won any trophies yet so we can’t speak about success”.


“We’ve done a great job and the prize is a place in the semi-finals”.

“Now we have to think about the next round”.

“We have to keep away from yellow cards and try to avoid receiving any more”.

“The main thing, our objective, is to pass the round and reach the final”.


“Our aim was to dominate the match”.

“We controlled the movements on Ribéry’s side of the pitch and we defended very well”.

“I think we can really make history”.


“It was important not to lose. That’s something we’ve been doing for a while”.

“We still have three matches and we have to focus on the next round”.

“It doesn’t matter who we get in the semi-finals. The important thing is where we find ourselves”.
Iniesta: “We’re two matches away from Rome”
Wednesday a rest day
The team will return to training on Thursday afternoon (time to be confirmed) at the Joan Gamper sports complex in order to prepare the upcoming league clash against Getafe.

Finally, Cáceres and Hleb passed the dope test after the match.

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