Following their 4-1 defeat to Paris Saint-Germain at home on Tuesday in the second-leg of their European quarter-final, Ilkay Gundogan caused a stir with his candid post-match comments. The German international said Ronald Araujo’s first-half red card “killed” the team’s chance of progressing, and his colleague might have been better off allowing his opponent, Bradley Barcola, an attempt on goal. The centre-back was adjudged to have been the last man in defence as he fouled the French winger, resulting in a straight red card. The 25-year-old also addressed his future at the Catalan giants, insisting he is happy at last season’s LALIGA Champions.

“I’m very happy at Barcelona, my family is happy. Every time I go out on the field, I show it,” he added. “The desire, the energy of wanting to help and I’m going to give it my all until the end.” “I prefer to keep to myself what I think about Gundogan’s statements,” he said, according to *Forbes*.

“I have codes and values that have to be respected.” Barcelona will have an opportunity to get back to winning ways on Sunday when they travel to the country’s capital to take on Real Madrid in ElClasico. Open a TAB account today and join the biggest betting pools in SA! Bet on Soccer 6, Soccer 10, Soccer 13 and more.

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