Andres Iniesta responded Tuesday night emotionally on the elimination of FC Barcelona in the Champions League.
Andres Iniesta is battered on the ground.
The Catalans went in AS Roma with 3-0 down. That was after the previous 4-1 victory at the Nou Camp is not enough for the five-fold winner of the kampioenenbal.
“This is extremely painful, especially because nobody was expecting after the lead that we at home had taken,” said the 33-year-old Iniesta in talks with the Catalan television station TV3.
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Andres Iniesta leaves disappointed the field.
“There was a lot wrong with us and we failed to adapt to the game of AS Roma. This is a big disappointment, especially when you look at how well the for the rest of this season.”
Iniesta, who, with Barça comfortably in the lead in La Liga and still in the cup final, suggested that it might be his last Champions League match may have been. “That would be good and that is why the extra pain.”
The technical midfielder played Tuesday its 130th duel in the Champions League. Possible leave the man who in 2002 under Louis van Gaal made his debut and never for any other club played after this season in China.