The midfielder of Granada Angel Montoro has warned this Monday that his team will visit the Camp Nou on Thursday to face Barcelona with the intention of “fight for everything” despite being aware that it is “a very difficult game“.
“As we always do, let’s try to get the victory from there, is what we do when we visit any field, “he said Montoro in statements to the club’s media about Granada’s visit to Barcelona.
“We are already thinking about Barcelona, we know that it will be a game of great difficulty, but we are going to fight for everything“added the midfielder, with his mind already set on Thursday’s meeting against Barça after losing 2-1 this Sunday in the fiefdom of Sevilla.
The Granada midfielder believes that the clash against the Sevillans was a good example that his team “does not give up and he always tries to the end. “
“We have to keep the positive things from that game. The team kept fighting after 2-0,” Montoro added.
The medium also referred to the strange end of the match at the Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium, when the referee De Burgos Bengoetxea he signaled the conclusion of the game before the added time he had set was completed and made the players return to the pitch to play the remaining minute.
“It was a strange feeling, I had never experienced it before. The referee got confused. We tried to generate an occasion in that minute, but we couldn’t. Everything stops and then it’s hard to start, “he commented on the matter.