The Barcelona receive the Real Madrid at Camp Nou in his prime of the season. The men of Ronald Koeman They add two consecutive games won, something that had not been achieved so far since the start of the course. It seems that the international break has been good for the Barça team, who want to make good the saying that There are no two without three in the Classic.
Since summer it was known that it was not going to be a simple season in Can Barça. The doubts of Joan Laporta about Ronald Koeman and the march of Leo messi They predicted that the Barça club was going to have to suffer and endure as it could that year, or years, of transition after the departure of the best footballer in the history of the entity. The hope placed in young people is short-term, not immediate, so even the most optimistic was aware that it was not going to be the best course.
Despite all this, the Barcelona post Messi He started leaving good feelings when he won the Real society. Later came a draw against the Athletic and a victory against him Getafe. From there everything would go wrong. They fell thrashed before Bayern and Benfica on the Champions League and in between they punctured drawing against him Granada and Cádiz and a single victory at Levante.
After falling before the Benfica also succumbed in the Santander League against him Atlético de Madrid at Metropolitan. There were convulsive weeks around the figure of Ronald Koeman, who ended up continuing in his position. The international break was good for Barcelona and after returning to the competition they count their matches by victories: Valencia and Dynamo Kiev.
In the most important week for the team and for Ronald Koeman the Barcelona He achieved something that he had not achieved so far: to link two consecutive wins. Now that Good luck tests it Real Madrid at Camp Nou, to which if he wins, he advances in the classification of the Santander League. The white team arrives after thrashing the Shakhtar on the Champions and threatens to break those positive results that the Barça… And question the Dutch coach again.