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Rakitic wants Barca to focus more on their game
By Andrew Scott Tuesday, 23 September 2014 02:24
Croatia international Ivan Rakitic said that Barca has no worries when it comes to their opponents’ conditions, and the player believes that with the help of Luis Enrique, the team are on their way to victory. Price per head agents saw a great performance by the Catalan giants, and believe that Rakitic might be right.
The player’s account with Barca opened after the team took out Levate in an impressive 5-0 win. The victory saw the Catalan giants keep their perfect record in La Liga. Levante’s fans were not very happy at all when they saw that they were left with 10 men, as after 41 minutes, defender Loukas Vyntra was sent out of the pitch.
On Sunday, the stalemate was broken by Barca in 34 minutes, but many fans saw Rakitic score a very impressive second goal when both teams were going to go on their break.
In the meantime, Atletico and Real Madrid’s fans were also disappointed as their teams both ended up dropping points in their first four matches, but the player insists that the Catalan giants must continue concentrating on their performances instead of paying too much attention on how other teams are doing, something that could prove to be crucial for Barca.
“The results that the other teams get don’t matter much to us,” said the player. “We just have to work hard and we’re right on track, although there is still a lot to do.
“We all knew that it is a difficult ground to come to but after the sending off and our goal, it was much easier.
“We could relax a bit and govern the game the way we like to. It was an important step forward but we’ll need to keep fighting.”
Price per head agents saw that in the close-season, Rakitic made a move moved from Sevilla to Barca, and the player was able to feature in all four fixtures in the league.
Rakitic’s fans know very well how talented the player is, and are confident that he’ll help Barca clinch many more victories in future matches.