The Barcelona he clings to his boldest dream, fighting to the end in the Champions League. First dominated, then rested, always controlled. Barça beat Glasgow with football, goals, especially with authority and already has a foot in the quarterfinals. And that he had caressed his goodbye in the Champions League. Everything changed in the women's Barcelona after its catastrophic debut in Europe against BIIK-Kazygurt. A rugged trip to Kazakhstan, defeat to the weak Kazakh team, added to an outbreak of gastroenteritis that left touched a dozen players. Since that fall against the BIIK, the girls of Fran Sanchez are unstoppable, it does not matter to them LaLiga that the Champions. "From time to time a colleja comes well to remember that we play and that this is the Champions League", assured Mapi León.
Barcelona went over to Glasgow in the Miniestadi (5-0), and it seems a custom in the azulgrana, the richest team in Spain (3.5 million budget). In the last five games, Barça have scored 26 goals and conceded two. He rallied against BIIK (3-0), silenced Espanyol in the derby (0-3) and overwhelmed Albacete (1-6) and Rayo Vallecano (9-1). An average of 5.2 goals per duel. Not bad for a team that accused his lack of aim. "It's true that last year was not costing more to score … now we are confident and that translates into effectiveness," explained Guijarro.
The afternoon did not start well for the Catalans. Martens fell off the list of summoned on the eve of the duel against the Scots. No problems, for Fran Sanchez who had an eye on the first leg against Glasgow, another on the visit to Huelva next Sunday. Barca coach drew an eleven between substitutes and holders, resounding success to thwart the British box. Hamraoui, Aitana, Guijarro, Alves and Mapi sealed the Barça win, they could shout more goals if the crossbar had not denied them to Guijarro and Andonova. "The tie is on track, but you have to take the lap seriously. It has been a great game, but from here to four days we have a very complicated one to Huelva ", concluded Fran Sánchez.