Ronald koeman was pretty happy with his team after watching Barcelona come from behind to beat Valencia 3-1 st Camp No u on Sunday in Laliga. The host went behind early on when Jose Gays fired a low shot home but recovered well and equalized through Ansu Fati.
Goals from Memphis Depay and Philippe Coutinho followed and koeman was pleased with the way the team reacted to going behind. "It is true we have a week with three home games. We must highlight the attitude of the team, despite having that start to the game,'' he said. "We reacted well and we played well and we deserved to win." Koeman was also happy to see Fatima back on the score sheet and spoke a little bit about how the club plan to handle the youngsters' game time as he recovers from a lengthy injury lay-off. "He has to improve physically little by little, but his quality is undeniable," he said.
The Dutchman also took time out to praise Coutinho and sergino Dest. Rhe american surprisingly played as a right winger and picked up an assist for the Brazilian goal. The win will relieve pressure on koeman and put on barca just two points behind both Real Madrid and atletico in the table. Its also good start to a crush week with Dynamo Kiev and Real Madrid up next.
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