Xavi Hernandez, since he returned to Barca, is one of the most acclaimed figure of the Catalans among the fans. His time as a player left a great wake of admiration, and now as a coach, he has the fan's support.
The Catalan coach left the Levante stadium to cheers, but he was particularly struck by a fan.
Xavi was escorted to the bus, he realized that a child in tears was asking him for a photo. The coach alighted from the bus, and the first thing he said to him was, "Don't cry, champion."
The coach hugged the little boy and took a photo as his father wanted, but he also asked for his little brother to take a picture too.
Xavi himself took him in his arms and the three of them took a photo. The former player managed to end the tears of the little ones and fulfill their father's dream.
Barca's "winning" mentality
The Barca a coach was pleased with the "winning mentality" of the team to get good results, such as the victory (2-3) against Levante with a header from Luuk de Jong, despite not having the best day.
Xavi on winning the League
Xavi stated: "La Liga is very difficult because Madrid aren't dropping points, but we continue in this title race."
He added: Xavi: "Our substitutions have worked out, but Nico and Frenkie have also made a great effort. The key is to believe until the end. Players can't always play perfect."
He continued: Xavi: "We are showing that we are ready to compete even when we don't have a good game, I am very happy for the players."
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