Sergio Busquets, after the game against Valencia, a 3-2 win, spoke to the media: "As predicted it was a complicated game, like they always are at Mestalla. It was demading physically.
"We came into the game after a huge effort on Wednesday and the important thing today was the win. This will give a lot to the team. It wasn’t our best game, but it’s about winning no matter what and we’ve achieved that."
On the refereeing decisions, the midfielder said: "There were a lot of controversial moments. When you lose, you complain to the referee. I think the referee was under a lot of pressure today and has given what he felt was opportune at each moment. I'll have to see all the moments to give my opinion, but what was clear is that it was a penalty at the end."
And, logically, he's expressed his disappointment at the injury to Barça captain Andres Iniesta: "Andres’ injury is a shame. It’s a dangerous place to get a knock and it can leave you out for several weeks. He's an important player for us and we hope he can recover as soon as possible.