04 April 2012

Seedorf: "The second penalty was key, but not why we lost"

Despite claiming that the second penalty was, in his opinion, poorly stated, Dutchman Clarence Seedorf made ​​it clear that if Barça has gone to the semifinals was for overall merit.

"The timing of the second penalty was key, but not why we lost," said Seedorf at the microphones of TVE once the game. "On the field did not see what happened, but after talking to the referee, I think you made a mistake because if you were holding before, I should have stopped the game," said the milanista when referring to the play of the penalty from Nesta to Busquets.

"That time was hard for us, but do not want controversy and if Barcelona happened is because he has something more. It has been two intense games between two teams very important. We did what we could," deepened the Milan player, who thanked the ovation that he dedicated the Camp Nou when he retired from the field.

Finally, Seedorf predicted a Champions League final between Barcelona and Madrid. "I think they are the two favorites and the two strongest teams. Be an interesting fight if they reach the final because earlier are at Bayern and possibly Chelsea will fight them too."

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