With just two days to go until Barcelona's fate in the Champions League will be decided against Milan, Gerard Piqué was upbeat in an interview given to the Chinese newspaper 'Titan Sports'. The central defender admitted that it had been a difficult period for the club, but went on to say that Barça wouldn't go out without a fight: "We want to win 3-0 for Tito and we're going to attack until the final whistle and stay true to our game."
He also admitted that it certainly wouldn't be a walk in the park and that a difficult game awaits them: "Milan are a very competitive team with a lot of history. We knew it would be difficult before the first leg." He finished off by talking about Tito Vilanova, who is still recovering from his illness in New York: "We miss him a lot; we're very fond of him and we're all with him. It's not easy being without a trainer; it's like a company without a director. But we'll get through it. Health is the most important thing and we'll wait until he recovers. We don't want to put him under any pressure."