The Portuguese forward Joao Félix has begun to show glimpses of his great talent with FC Barcelona and has taken advantage of the opportunity to throw a dart at Atlético de Madrid and Argentine coach Diego ‘Cholo’ Simeoneletting it be known that playing for the culé team “is easier.”
Félix started for the first time with Barcelona and in just 22 he scored his first goal with the Barça shirt and shortly after he was able to score the second but decided to let the ball pass so that the Polish Robert Lewandowski could join in what ended up being a 5-0 win over Real Betis.
“Very happy to play as a starter again, I haven’t done it for a long time. All the players were in the position they had to be and When you have a good structure, and the ball circulates quickly, you open the spaces and that’s where the goals appear“said the 23-year-old Portuguese who ended up being chosen as MVP of the game.
In this sense, The player admitted that it is “easy to play on this team” and he let it be known that he has “good feelings” after playing his second game with the club he always dreamed of playing for.
Finally, He referred to the change that has occurred in his life after leaving Madrid and Atlético to arrive at Barcelonasomething that he considers has done him good and affirms that he will demonstrate his high level and help the team by achieving its objectives.
“I am working to be at the best level. My colleagues and the environment are very good and I will do my best to help. The change has been good for me and my family.“, he stated.
Joao Félix lived through some complicated last years at Atlético de Madrid where, According to rumors, he had confrontations with Cholo Simeone. This caused him to be loaned to Chelsea for the second half of last season but he also failed to perform in the Premier League.
On his return to Atlético, Things did not improve, perhaps in an interview he generated controversy after expressing his desire to play for FC Barcelona.a team that in recent years has become a direct rival of the ‘Colochoneros’ in its sporting objectives.
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