FC Barcelona midfielder Pedri González showed his frustration after the defeat (2-3) this Wednesday against Real Madrid in the semifinals of the Spanish Super Cup, but stressed that “from now on” a better Barça will be seen.

“The game could fall from either side, but that’s what happens when you don’t put the chances,” he told Movistar Plus, on his return to the pitch after a long physical recovery that included a recent positive for coronavirus.

“A bit of suffocation due to time without playing and because of the covid, it is bad, personally I am well and happy to play again, collectively it is a shame for not going to the final,” added the Canarian footballer , which left a great impact from its entrance.

Pedri jumped onto the pitch in the second half and assured that Xavi’s team will grow. “We can contribute enthusiasm and youth, the young people who are leaving are excited. They will see better games from now on, when confidence is taken. The games will be much better,” he added.

In addition, the culé player explained that it is normal for the start of a Classic to cost. “The first minutes in a Classic the two see how the teams are going to play and then you let go,” he concluded.