Last night, Barça won against Atlético de Madrid in La Liga. The Catalans took advantage of this success to send a little message to PSG, whom they will encounter in the Champions League.

John Obi Mikel was heavy-handed. On Friday, the former Chelsea player conducted the draw for the Champions League quarter-finals as well as for the rest of the competition. Manchester City, who aren’t very pleased to face Real Madrid, isn’t thanking him. However, Paris Saint-Germain is getting off a bit easier since Luis Enrique’s troops will have their chances against FC Barcelona. Favorites in the eyes of almost everyone, the Parisians will still need to be wary of the Catalans, who are stringing together good results.

Indeed, since the announcement of Xavi’s departure after the defeat against Villarreal on January 27 (5-3), Barcelona hasn’t lost a game. They are on a streak of 10 unbeaten matches across all competitions. In detail, they’ve had 3 draws and 7 victories. The latest victory is still fresh as it was last night. The Catalans won 3-0 in the clash against Atlético Madrid in La Liga. João Félix, who faced some challenges upon his return to the Colchoneros, Robert Lewandowski, and Fermin were the scorers of the evening.

Barcelona’s Unbeaten Streak Ahead of Champions League Clash

After the match, Xavi, who received a red card, was pleased with his men. He especially sent a message to Real Madrid, the leader of La Liga, and to PSG, whom his club will face in the Champions League. “We are Barcelona, nobody relaxes here. We will try to compete until the end for the two remaining titles, which are the most important.” Like his coach, Robert Lewandowski also addressed a message to the Parisians. “The most important thing is where we want to go. Let’s see how we will play in the Champions League against PSG. Our goal is to play like today.

The Polish striker added, “We have a team with a lot of potential, with young players who are playing better and better, with more confidence.” Among them is the young Pau Cubarsí. On the set of El Chiringuito, a pro-Barcelona consultant even believes that the young defender can work wonders against PSG. “You (Mbappé) will get to know Cubarsí,” he said before adding, “We must tell Cubarsí and the young players that they can make it against Mbappé or anyone else (…) When Mbappé sees Cubarsí, Fermín, Héctor Fort, he will say, ‘I want to leave here.'” It’s hard to imagine KM7 backing down. What’s certain is that Barcelona, 2nd in La Liga, is in better shape (4 clean sheets, 7 victories). PSG has been warned!

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