Arturo Vidal reckoned Barcelona’s minds were on Manchester United during Saturday’s goalless draw at Huesca.
Ernesto Valverde rotated his team heavily for the game and handed youngsters such as Jean-Clair Todibo, Moussa Wague and Riqui Puig starts.
The team did enough to secure a point at La Liga’s bottom side, but Vidal says they were distracted by the upcoming Champions League quarter-final second leg.
“I think all of us playing are thinking about Tuesday’s match, and those who stayed at home too,” he said.
”The Champions League is a dream for everyone. It’ll be difficult, but we earned a good result in Manchester.
”We’ll go step by step. First we have Manchester United and then we’ll go for another three points in the league.”
Source | BeIN Sports
Barcelona face Manchester United on Tuesday at the Camp Nou leading 1-0 from the first leg and should be fairly fresh after giving plenty of their regulars a breather on Saturday.