Barcelona midfielder Arturo Vidal admitted that their Champions League quarter-final fixture against Manchester United on Tuesday is priority, as the Catalan giants settled for a goal-less draw against bottom placed Huesca.
The Chilean lauded the efforts of Barcelona’s youngsters after Ernesto Valverde fielded their youngest starting line-up of the season.
Vidal accepted the draw to be a fair result and was satisfied about the fact that they avoided defeat.
“It was a different Barcelona, the younger ones played today and they did quite well, it was very difficult, it was an intense match and I think the draw is fair,” Vidal said, according to beIN Sports.
“We had never played these three midfielders, everything was different and the ball did not run much, the field was dry, but the important thing is that we didn’t lose.
“All of us who are here and those who did not come are thinking about Tuesday’s game, we want the League and it is close but the Champions is a dream.
“There are many matches left and they are all difficult.”
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