BARCELONA - Barcelona Dani Alves wing defender praised his coach, Josep Guardiola for the positive attitude after a 3-2 (aggregate 5-4) Barcelona against Real Madrid in the Spanish Supercopa, Thursday (18/08/2011) morning.
Three players have received a red card due to the fight toward the end of the second leg match. In the current Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho has made headlines in newspapers for all the wrong reasons about his involvement in the incident, Guardiola remain calm.
“If you have a negative nature, you will think negatively. If you have a positive nature, such as Guardiola, who think positive and tell you to compete on the field and play football, it’s much better, “quipped Alves to Barcelona TV on Friday (08/19/2011).
“Maybe we are less prepared than they were, but we got a lot of quality here. Victory in the Supercopa is important,” he said.
Madrid often assessed Barca unsportsmanlike and received preferential treatment from referees. Although many also assess precisely Madrid who often display strong game against Barca retainer.
Last incident occurred yesterday midweek, when Barca subdue his nemesis 3-2 (aggregate 5-4) in the second leg of the Spanish Supercopa. Toward the final minutes, Marcelo doing a hard foul on Cesc Fabregas.
Suddenly, players from both camps direct argument and any noise can not be avoided. Marcelo own red card, and Mesut Ozil and David Villa also sent off.
The figure of Jose Mourinho back into the spotlight because they are unable to break up the commotion. The Special One camera even caught pinching Barcelona assistant coach Tito Vilanova. This act received sharp criticism from various parties, including Gerard Pique. Spanish international defender asked for a dispute that occurred between the two camps should be immediately resolved.