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Despite their tickets, Barcelona still desperately need three points to retain top spot in the G-Champions League. Of course, against an opponent as weak as Ferencvaros, that goal was not too much for manager Ronald Koeman.
Just a representative from Hungarian football, so being in the G-Champions League group including Barcelona and Juventus is not an easy challenge. In fact, ferencvaros proved too weak for the continent’s top teams. At this point, after going through 4 rounds, Ferencvaros only gave himself 1 point and finished in the bottom of the group. The only score this team had was against Dynamo Kyiv, the name that was also underestimated in this group. Having fallen eight points behind second-place Juventus, Ferencvaros’ goal is only to move into third place in the group with a relegation to the Europa League. In terms of form, except for playing badly on the continental stage, in the Hungarian league, Ferencvaros still had impressive performances. After 10 rounds Ferencvaros has 26 points and is firmly at the top of the standings. They haven’t even lost at home so far, including two draws and eight wins.
Barcelona’s strength on the continental stage is undeniable, especially as they are in a not-so-difficult group. After four legs, Barcelona won all 12 points. That result helped manager Ronald Koeman stay in first place with three points more than Juventus. Another win over Ferencvaros would secure barcelona’s first place and of course that is the goal this team is aiming for. Despite playing well in the Champions League, in La Liga, Barcelona are missing out on seeing in the championship race. Specifically, after 9 rounds the away team has 14 points and is in 7th place on the rankings. Having been 10 points behind the top of the table, the distance ahead is really thorny. In the first leg, Barcelona thrashed Ferencvaros 5–1. The away team is also the third strongest attacking name in the group stage with 13 goals. Therefore, a further victory on Hungarian soil is a scenario within the reach of representatives from La Liga.
Ferencvaros: Dibuaz; Civic, Kovacevic, Blazic, Botka, Ladouni, Kharatin, Siger, Isael, Zubkov, Tukmac Nguen.
Barcelona: Neto; Alba, Mingueza, Firpo, Pedri, Puig, Alena, Busquets, Dembele, Braithwaite, Trincão