Barcelona pulled off a comeback victory over Borussia Mönchengladbach in their Champions League clash a Borussia-Park, with the Blaugrana scoring two late goals to pick a very important win on the road to stay at the top of Group C.
Barça players took to social media after the game to spread their joy to the followers. Here's some of their reactions:
Do what you love, love what you do... pic.twitter.com/tKnj99pZ0W— Arda Turan (@ArdaTuran) September 28, 2016
Great victory! Always very difficult to get an away win in Champions League! Let's keep the good work! Força Barça!— Luis Suarez (@LuisSuarez9) September 28, 2016
"Always believe until the end! With my favorite Turk! How great are you, Arda!"
"Very valuable victory in Germany. Great job!! Let's keep getting better!"
Importantísima victoria fuera de casa! Buena reacción de todo el equipo!! Força Barça ! pic.twitter.com/AHi4Vu6JXJ— Sergi Roberto (@SergiRoberto10) September 28, 2016
"Very important victory away from home! Good reaction from the whole team!"
3 puntos importantes ¡Visca Barça!— Samuel Umtiti (@UmtitiSam) September 28, 2016
"Three important points."
Coach Luis Enrique also spoke after the game, and he was very proud of his players for their efforts and the comeback. Here's a few of Lucho's quotes:
“We thought they would put deep pressure on us, but they didn’t. They just stuck eleven men behind the ball in the first half. We still had three or four great chances, but they got their transitions spot on to score against us.”
“They started with a five-man defence and two defensive wingers - they certainly kept it tight at the back. But they weren’t used to doing that, while we are more than used to playing against ultra-defensive teams. Most teams change their way of playing when they face us.”
“We switched our positions in the second half and the subs did a great job. We were fair winners. Strategy was the key to a win that has done us a lot of good.”
“Rafinha and Arda were clear examples of why we need all of the players, regardless of whether they start the game or come on in the second half.”
“We deserved the win because of the hard work that the players put in against a team that has not lost at home for a very long time.”
"Piqué played well, but so did all the team. He always plays well, he’s a vital player, a key element of the team. He is great at getting the ball forward and defends brilliantly."
"You always learn from every game, whatever the final result. And there are always things to improve.”
“All of my players are very, very confident. I’m happy with all of their performances.”
"The aim is to finish top of the group, not to speculate. We want to win every game, but we also know how hard this group is going to be.”