Carvajal wishes Barcelona failure

Carvajal wishes Barcelona failure

In anticipation of the final rounds of the Champions League, Daniel Carvajal spoke about his position regarding Catalan Barcelona.

Daniel Carvajal gave an interview last week, in which he openly stated that he did not want Real Madrid's main opponent in the championship, Barcelona, to score points in both La Liga and the Champions League.

At the moment, two giants are in the first places in the championship, and Real in their last clashes had confident victories and did not even concede goals. However, this apparently is not a reason for relief for the players of Los Blancos, as they continue to be afraid of the Catalan antagonist and in every possible way wish them failures,

“I am not going to lie - I would prefer that Barcelona did not go further in the Champions League. They are contenders for a victory in the Champions League, our main rival. We will not pretend. I always prefer that they lose in La Liga, as well as in the Champions League.

They have a fantastic squad, they are contenders for the victory. The more strong opponents are eliminated, the better for us,” Carvajal said.

Of course, this statement of the Spaniard could sound out of marketing motives. But at the same time, it is impossible to deny the insecurities of Real players in themselves. This season, the Madridian club defeated PSG devastatingly 3:0 away, and also lost only once in the championship to Mallorca (1:0). Thus, Los Blancos are in the second place in La Liga, having 25 points after 12 encounters. With the same number of points are Barcelona, coming in first place.

El Classico will take place on December 18th as a postponed match of the 10th round at Camp Nou. Despite the good performance of Real Madrid, the bookmakers continue to give preference to the Catalans, giving them a 2.00 coefficient in comparison with 4.00 for Real Madrid. As for the Champions League - here Barcelona also go above Real Madrid, but inferior to Liverpool and Manchester City in terms of a possible victory.