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Barca must recover from loss - Roura

Jordi Roura has said that Barcelona must recover from the setback of a 2-0 first leg defeat to AC Milan in the Champions League.

The runaway league leaders return to action against Sevilla this weekend looking to continue their fine domestic form.

“I always say that there is a difference between the major competitions. This is a new competition, the League is very important and is the competition that we are focused on,” said Roura.

“We need to recover our form. Xavi said we didn’t compete well? I will answer this but then we need to move on.

“Xavi said that and I respect it, during certain times we lacked consistency, but talking of this issue is over. Of Milan we will talk at the return leg. I do not want to talk now about the Milan game."


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