Pay per Head: Luis Enrique believes that Xavi returned to his best form

XaviBarca coach Luis Enrique and many local bookies praised Xavi after the midfielder scored 1-1 in their friendly game against Nice, leaving many fans and pay per head services very impressed.

Price per head services saw that signings Ivan Rakitic, Jeremy Mathieu, and Marc-Andre ter Stegen earned starts for the Catalan giants, but midfielder Xavi, who is known by local bookies as a very experienced player, was the one who saved the day in the second half.

The 133-time Spain international surprised many local bookies when he converted a penalty and helped Barca avoid losing the game in France, and Luis Enrique praised the player – who was linked with making a move away from the club where he spent his entire career, and pay per head services can fully understand why he’s so happy with his performance.

“Right now he’s back to his best both in terms of fitness and motivation … I hope that all the players with me now are still here at the end of the season,” the coach said.

Luis Enrique was not bothered at all with the result, which saw his side fight back from giving a penalty in the first half, claiming that in the second 45 minutes they made great improvements, something that pay her head services could clearly see.

“The result is what matters least. These games are for seeing where each player is and telling each of them what things they’ll need to improve,” he said.

“We were wrong. In the first half, we failed to create space … in the second half we created more chances by playing well.”

The coach hinted that even though La Liga doesn’t start for another three weeks, Barca’s movement on the transfer scene could be complete, and pay per head services can’t wait to see what will happen when the season gets underway.

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“We’re going the logical, and correct, way about things. We can’t expect too much before the season has even started,” he said.