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Luis Suarez: 'Remontada' not to blame for Depor loss
Marca, March 13th, 2017 7:23PM
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Barcelona's La Liga title hopes took a knock as it fell to Deportivo Coruna, 2-1, just days after its historic comeback win over Paris St. Germain in the UEFA Champions League, but star Luis Suarez says the "remontada" didn't affect Barcelona's performance at Depor.

"Nothing happened [after the PSG game], we had plenty of rest days to recover," Suarez said. "We will not lose our focus on the fight for La Liga. [Depor] pressured us and marked tightly but there are things we must improve, just like the other day, sometimes you win, today we lost." Read the original story...


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