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Marc Andre Ter Stegen explains that the Barcelona ace still confounds him in the training, though he has been training with Lionel Messi for the three and half years.get more Lionel Messi News on Sportslibro.com.
Lionel Messi news confirmed that this season the Argentine striker is having another peerless season with the Catalan giants, so far he has scored 27 goals for in his 33 appearances in all competitions.
Though he has spent more than three years with the Little magician but, he is yet to figure out Lionel Messi, and he says that he can understand why their counterparts goalkeepers feel helpless in front of Lionel Messi.
Ter stegen said: "He is very intelligent and knows exactly where to put the ball,"
"Sometimes journalists say that goalkeepers can do a little more when they play against Messi, but I see it in every training: it does not matter where you place yourself, he's going to shoot to the other side.
"He's smart: many other players shoot just to shoot, or for taking the ball off, but he does not.
"He calculates it in a special way: sometimes he puts it so soft that it seems easy to stop it, but it is not."
Right now Barcelona is 11 points clear than the second place team in the La Liga, they are into the Copa Del Rey semi-finals, and also in the Champions League top 16, where they will face English giants Chelsea follow this month.
Last in 2015 Barcelona won the treble at that moment Ter Stegen was Barcelona’s Champions league goalkeeper and feels this time also they are showing the familiar standers.
The German Goalkeeper added: "We are in a good moment,"
"We have to maintain this concentration.
"We must keep winning matches and do well in the Champions League, because there you depend on two games, and sometimes even one as we saw last season, that some teams scored three and four goals on us.
"And, of course, you have to be 100 per cent focused. But it is one of those seasons in which you have the opportunity to win titles. And that is what we want. In LaLiga we are very advanced and we want it to continue like this."