Barcelona’s Andres Iniesta was grateful for his Clasico send-off against Real Madrid on Sunday, admitting ‘it was a game like no other’ in his career.
“The celebrations were a bit off-the-cuff, but it was our first game as champions and we wanted to celebrate it some way,” the midfielder told Movistar+ Partidazo after the 2-2 draw.
“We’ll now wait for the last League match to be able to end the season and celebrate it fully.
“What I’ll take away from this game? All of it, the luck of being able to play in another Clasico, the build-up to it, the match itself. It was a game like no other.
“Sergi Roberto’s red? We took a step forward in trying not to lose this game. Now we can celebrate the League title and that’s what makes us happy.”