According to Arturo Vidal, Barcelona’s team is “healthy” for the spat at the finish of the season and to pip Real Madrid to La Liga brilliance. Spain’s top-flight continued for the current month with two points ahead of Madrid’s protecting champions Barca, yet that lead was cleared out last Friday by the Blaugrana’s stalemate with Seville.
Since the restart, Zinedine Zidane’s team has taken four out of four and is presently top thanks to their boss head-to-head record against Barca, who is competing for a third title in succession.
Quique Setien ‘s men won their last Athletic club trip at home to squeeze Madrid, yet the Blancos maintained their advantage by beating Mallorca 2-0 Wednesday.
Vidal is idealistic, in any case, that Barca can handle the afflictions of a frenzied timetable that will see them play seven league games inside three weeks to get a third progressive local crown.
He told FOX Sports: “When the games draw nearer together, we have to make the best utilization of the time we can to guarantee that we go in the most ideal shape for the following game. In any case, I assume that we’re fit as a fiddle to be champions. A major factor in a great atmosphere among the team. We’ve all been close mates on the field and that makes a difference. It’s really important because it appears. I’m happy.”
Barca’s season won’t end when their La Liga campaign closes on the few days of July 18-19 at Deportivo Alaves.
Setien ‘s side is still in the Champions League and has to play in August for the second leg of their last-16 bind with Napoli, having drawn 1-1 back in February in Italy.
The quarter-finals and semi-finals are currently one-legged games in Lisbon, the city that will have the final as well, and Vidal is amped up for how the Champions League will end.
“The style I like. In the event that we can beat Napoli, regardless of how and where it happens, in August and over single legs, it will be exceptionally strange. Be that as it may, all-or-nothing games are the ones I like best. In those games, I want to be relevant,” he said.