Quique Setien, although happy enough with 2-1 score when Barcelona played against Levante on Sunday, says that the Catalan club missed far too many opportunities to score.
“I leave happy with a lot of things, not everything evidently because we gave away too many shots, but we had a very good first half which we could have killed the game in. It’s true that we lost control a bit and let up too many chances,” said Setien.
“That worries me, obviously, but we had many chances of our own and we have to give credit for that. It could have been an 8-2 or 8-3.”
Before the match had taken place, Setien had spoken about he felt about Levante.
“Levante are not on a very good run of results. They’re an uncomfortable team to play against. They can cause you danger, a team we really have to worry about because they’ve really strong forwards, they play the ball around very nicely. If they’re inspired then they’re very hard to play against.”
On Ansu Fati he added: “He’s a boy that’s emerging, he’s got great potential and does things very well. He’s had an historic day because he scored twice, he worked hard, helped the team and has a very promising future and we’ll try to help him keep growing.”