La Liga: Team Win Title, Not Starting Line-ups

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Xavi is pleased with how Barcelona has started the 2022–23 season after the Catalan team defeated Elche 3-0 on Saturday to record its fifth straight victory at home.

Barcelona initially struggled to break them down even after Elche was down to 10 men early on, and Xavi talked about this thereafter.

The coach said, “This was a vital win against a highly defensive formation, a 5-4-1.

“In the end, it was easier than we had anticipated it to be since it would have been more difficult against 11 men.

The second half would be easier to enjoy.

“The season got off to a really good start. It’s only a shame that we lost to Rayo Vallecano or Bayern Munich.

“Because we’re performing well and there are big expectations, fans are flocking to the stadium.

“We’re performing well and have a deep team. Everyone is well-prepared and connected, ready to go when needed.

We won’t always have relaxation because of this strange year and our busy schedule, so we’ll need every member of the team.

I have many options, and in the end, teams win championships, not starting lineups.

However, this week will see a break as players go to represent their national teams.

We have a really busy schedule after these two weeks, so I’ll take some time to unwind and disconnect, Xavi stated.

There will be three days of matches, which will be challenging.

When asked if he will watch the Madrid derby on Sunday, which will determine if Barcelona maintains its lead in the standings over the international break, Xavi said he wasn’t sure.

If my kids let me, I’ll attempt to watch it, he said in jest.

“Being at the top would be ideal, but it’s not as crucial now. Going to bed tonight at the head of the table is pleasant.”

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