Losing Lionel Messi means football loses... but we still have the firepower, warns Barcelona boss Luis Enrique
Barcelona may be without Lionel Messi for their Champions League match on Wednesday against Borussia Moenchengladbach but the Spaniards have enough options and firepower to plug the gap left by the Argentine, coach Luis Enrique said.
Messi has been sidelined for three weeks with a groin injury but Barca were unaffected by their leader's absence on Saturday, firing five goals past Sporting Gijon in a show of force ahead of their second Group C match.
Their opening game in Europe was even more impressive as the Spaniards crushed Celtic 7-0 to move top of the standings on goal difference ahead... read more
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