Underpinned by the genius of Messi, Barca’s MSN front three have conquered all in their path in La Liga so far this season, and as a result, Luis Enrique’s side have scored 86 goals in 30 league matches so far this season, a whopping 40 more than second-place Atletico Madrid.
Naturally, their MSN attacking front three have been hugely influential, with Suarez second, Messi third and Neymar fourth in the division’s scoring charts with 26, 22 and 21 respectively. In terms of assists, they are all also prolific, having registered 12, 10 and 10 so far this term
Speaking ahead of the match to Marca [as above], Bale has commented on the quality of Barca’s attacking options.
“Obviously, they are world-class players,” he began, “they play well.
“We know the team well.”
Looking ahead to Saturday’s Clasico between the two sides, Bale has insisted that—even though Real are 10 points behind their rivals heading into the weekend’s bout—he’s hopeful about his side’s chances.
“We want to go game by game,” the Wales international continued, “and a win in the Clasico would give us confidence.
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“Things have to improve and hopefully we can do even better. We have to score there, but it will be complicated because they are playing well.
“I think we can win if we do things right.”