The player and captain of Barça Femení Alexia Putellas assured that they should not forget the final of the women’s Champions League lost last year in Turin because they can extract useful things from it for the final this Saturday, against Wolfsburg, which they hope to win for add another ‘Champions’ to the one won in 2021 against Chelsea.

“It is not good that we forget it. Because it is a defeat we do not have to erase it from the map. We all like to win and that is why we are here, but when that does not happen, what happens with the defeat will also help you a lot, times even much more,” he said on DAZN.

In this sense, he added that the final in Turin, which they lost against Lyon 3-1, made them a “more mature” team and that now “knows the phases of the game better.”

In addition, this year they will face a Wolfsburg that, with two titles in 5 finals, will not make it easy either. Although Alexia believes that they arrive “better” at the appointment on a physical level. “The work that the physical preparation department has done has been very personalized and has been perfectly squared so that we get to the end well,” he said.

An Alexia, twice winner of the Ballon d’Or, who believes that Barça makes “art” when it plays. “There will be many people who don’t feel that way, but for me it’s art. That eleven players, each with their roles and characteristics, do what we do in a matter of seconds, without communicating with a message, that they receive it through impulses like the pass, it is a luxury and a privilege”, he was sincere.

DAZN will carry out the best coverage from the Philips Stadium in Eindhoven, where Alexia will try to lift the second continental trophy for the blaugrana entity.