Pay per Head: Martino praises Pedro after hat-trick inspired Barca win

martinoGerardo Martino, Barcelona coach, praised Pedro after his hat-trick inspired a 5-2 La Liga victory on Sunday over Getafe, and many fans and pay per head services were very impressed with the player’s performance.

Pay per head services saw that the hosts raced into an early lead of 2-0 at the Coliseum Alfonso Pere thanks to goals from Sergio Escudero and Lisandro Lopez, but the winger was able to strike three times in eight first-half minutes.

Cesc Fabregas added two more goals after the interval as the Catalan giants eased to a victory that appeared unlikely when they went two down.

Martino and price per head services were very happy to see the impact that Spain international Pedro had in the match, but also bemoaned a slow start by his side.

“(Gerard) Pique should have scored (to make it) 1-0, then we had 10 to 20 extremely poor minutes which could have cost us, but we kept our style and had 70 more good minutes,” he said.

“(Pedro) played a fantastic game, he always scores. But it was above all a solid team performance.

“Pedro’s secret is that he never gives up. That’s why every coach ends us loving him.”

And pay per head services saw that Barca played without Lionel Messi and Neymar due to injury and suspension, respectively.

Even though the defending champions are moving into the winter break top on goal difference, the coach believes that his side will find another gear with Messi’s return, as well as that of Xavi and Victor Valdes, and pay per head services know very well what a big boost Barca will get when these players return.

“Hopefully, God willing, Messi, Valdes and Xavi will all be back when we start again in January,” he said.

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“The team gets better each game. Things we should improve? Keeping clean sheets and defending set pieces better, for sure.”

Pay per head services saw a great performance by Barca, and can’t wait to see what awaits the team in future matches.