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Clement Lenglet says Barcelona ‘have fixed things’ since Slavia Prague

The Champions League display made the team angry

FC Barcelona v Real Valladolid - La Liga Santander Photo by Jeroen Meuwsen/Soccrates/Getty Images

Clement Lenglet offered some insight into life at Barcelona on Tuesday after their win over Real Valladolid by claiming the club have “fixed things” in the dressing room.

The French centre-back says Barca were not happy after their unconvincing performance against Slavia Prague in the Champions League but reckons things have improved since then.

Barca certainly put in a much-improved performance against Valladolid, with Lenglet scoring the opening goal in a 5-1 win at Camp Nou.

“Things have been fixed in the dressing room, and on the pitch we’ve had a good game,” he said.

”After Prague we had a bad feeling because we suffered a lot and we were a little angry.”

Source | Marca

Goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen was quite outspoken after the win over Slavia, saying Barcelona had to improve and needed to talk.

While Barcelona cruised to an emphatic win over Valladolid on Tuesday to move top, the real tests will come later in the season away from home in the Champions League.

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