In their last match, Barcelona side fails to capitalize their brilliance against the Malaga side but the Catalan players not making any excuse after the match.


The Barcelona skipper Andres Iniesta avouched that it is pointless to accuse the match officials after the match.

In their last match against Malaga the former Barcelona attacker Sandro scored the opening goal of the match and in the last stage of the match the Malaga side scored another goal against them and sealed the match from them.

In that match, the Barcelona attacker Neymar also picked up a red card.
The Barcelona coach was left bemused when the Referee shown a red card to the Brazilian attacker also the match officials awarded a free kick rather than a spot-kick on Sergio Roberto’s challenge.

But the Barcelona captain urged his team-mates to focus on their Champions leg first match against Juventus.

He said: "It was a real shame. We have missed a good opportunity to put ourselves in a favorable position to win LaLiga,"

"Hopefully we won't slip up again but the league is more difficult. The table is how it is.

"The team played a good game and fought until the end, but sometimes things don't go your way. Malaga took advantage of their chances very well.

"I'm one of those who thinks that talking about referees won't get you anywhere. It's not easy to make decisions on the pitch.

"We have to draw conclusions and then forget this game. We have to turn the page, change our mentality and think only about Juve."

Right now the Barcelona team is three points behind than the Real Madrid side and their arch rivals have one extra game in their hand.