Griezmann plans to make history alongside Messi at Barcelona

Carrie Guzman
January 25, 2020

Lionel Messi has been left out of Barcelona's squad for Wednesday's (today) Copa del Rey round-of-32 game against Ibiza.

However, he's managed to net seven goals in his last 11 games and is keen to continue improving.

Who do you think will come out on top this evening? "Leo is the strongest player in the world and so it's nice to share the pitch with him".

"I try to understand his movements and move well when he has the ball to have a better connection".

"It's a pride thing, so I'm very happy to be in Barcelona".

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He continued: "I feel a great development both physically and mentally, and I really want to work hard, and keep improving". Few passes between the two, no assistance during the first meetings, however the passage of time has proved right to the French who without going any further, saved Barcelona in Can Misses from a historic defeat.

"The fans, Cholo Simeone, team-mates, it was a attractive experience, at the moment the best of my career".

"We would have liked it in Butarque, playing against Barcelona is always a pleasure, but for our fans it would have been much better to play in Butarque". It's a new challenge, game and a new style, that's why I'm settling in little by little.

And Griezmann completed: "We have to compete in all competitions, and strive to win everything".

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