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Pique sure Barca will win

Gerard Pique has issued a valiant rallying call to everyone associated with Barcelona ahead of their must win game with AC Milan tonight.

Pique has urged everyone to believe that Barcelona can overturn a 2-0 deficit from the first leg in Italy when the sides meet at the Camp Nou tonight.

"If anyone doesn't think we can win, they should give their membership card to a friend who will come and support us," he said.

"I was looking at the league table earlier and we've scored more goals than anyone else, something like 20 more than the team in second place.

"If there is one thing that this team does not lack it is goals. We know it is Milan that stand before us, a great side, and small details may decide the tie, but I am convinced that we will have chances."


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