Press Release (ePRNews.com) - BARCELONA, Spain - Nov 29, 2016 - Lionel Messi’s massive ability is coordinated by his startling modesty, which he showed again on Thursday by denying that Barcelona’s destiny is controlled by his nearness in the group. The Argentina forward scored both goals in Barca’s 2-0 Champions League win at Celtic on Wednesday, days after they had been held to a goalless draw at home to Malaga in Messi’s nonattendance.
Messi stated: “I am in the best club in the world, it does not depend on one player. We have a great team and I do not think about that. Everything starts with order, in today’s football more than ever. You need a team that is organised, that knows how it has to move on the pitch. Order is the most important thing. You go through tough spells but in the end, you realise there are more important things than football, than winning and lifting titles. Obviously I like to win, I want to achieve the aims we set ourselves at the beginning of the season. But if you do not achieve it, at least you have to try.”
Barcelona have being excessively reliant on their untouched record scorer is just the same old thing new, in spite of the fact that it has been less continuous in late seasons.
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