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We have learned from Milan - Alba

Jordi Alba says that Barcelona have learned from their game with AC Milan and will be well prepared to face Paris St Germain in the Champions League last eight.

Barca were drawn against the French side yesterday and they were almost out of the competition after losing 2-0 away to Milan.

“Clearly they are a very difficult opponent, but I think we will be fine,” said Alba.

“Right now we have learned a lot from the previous round against Milan to take into facing PSG. We will try to win and move into the semi-finals.

“Are PSG a preferred choice? We had no choice. PSG are a very complete team. Defensively they are strong and they have top quality players. This year the draw is this and there is no getting around it."


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