Xavi congratulates Real Madrid and explains why Barcelona didn’t win LALIGA


Barcelona coach Xavi Hernandez explained why his team failed in its attempt to defend the Spanish League title.

Barcelona coach Xavi Hernandez congratulated Real Madrid on winning the Spanish League title, and mentioned the reason for his team's failure to defend the league title.

Xavi led the Blaugrana to the 27th league title last season. However, this season, they have fallen significantly behind Real Madrid. When asked about this, Xavi pointed out that his team's level had not declined, but attributed its failures to the rapid rise in Los Blanco's level.


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What did Xavi say?

With the league title safely in Real Madrid's hands, Barcelona are left with a battle for second place with Girona, which will see them qualify for the Spanish Super Cup.

They took an important step towards achieving that goal over the weekend with a 3-0 win over Rayo Vallecano. After the match, Xavi was asked about Barcelona's season compared to last season, and he said that the only difference was Real Madrid's high level.

“What has changed this season is Real Madrid,” Xavi told GSFN.

Xavi Hernandez ||  imago

Xavi Hernandez || imago

“They had a historic season. We are playing against one of the best teams, Champions League finalists. We are competing against a super team. Congratulations to Real Madrid for winning La Liga.”

Meanwhile, as Barcelona faces a potential managerial change, speculation is mounting about who might replace Xavi Hernandez if the current manager is eventually sacked. Among the candidates, an unexpected name emerged: Jonathan Giraldes, coach of Barcelona Femeni.

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