Getafe goalkeeper David Soria thinks Barcelona are more committed since Ronald Koeman took charge at the Camp Nou during the summer.
The Catalan giants take on Getafe at the Coliseum Alfonso Perez in Saturday in La Liga, and Soria knows his team will have their work cut out if they are to win.
“We expect a more hard-working Barcelona, more committed to all aspects of pressure, of defending all together, a more well-trained team that has fewer individuals, but at the team level I think they are stronger,” he said.
“In the end they have a different coach, I think they will ask him different things, each coach has his things, but it is true that perhaps I see them as more committed, I do not know if physical or mental, I think they all go as one. They are hungry and that makes them more dangerous.”
Source | Getafe
Soria also added that he felt the defeat to Bayern Munich in the Champions League “has to hurt” but means that Barcelona will want to “vindicate themselves as soon as possible.”
Getafe have started the season with two wins, against Osasuna and Real Betis from their opening four games, but were beaten 3-0 by Real Sociedad last time out.