Ronald Araujo thinks "it isn't impossible" to qualify for the last 16 if they need a win at Bayern Munich on the last day despite the pessimism there could be after the 0-0 draw with Benfica.
"We leave with a bitter taste because we wanted to qualify at home. There's the last game against Bayern to come which is difficult, not impossible, but it's a bitter taste because we wanted to qualify tonight," the Barca defender said.
The Uruguayan lamented the fact "we lacked the goal, the golden key" to seal a spot in the last 16 despite the fact Barcelona "were very good defensively". He also highlighted the team's attitude.
"They were shut up shop at the back, they were blocking the shots. We tried to get past them from the outside for the cross or a pass back. It's also merit of them that we couldn't score," Araujo admitted.
Araujo said that Barcelona improved with Dembele coming on as he helped them get past opponents: "He's very good in one on one situations, he's a player we need as well as Ansu Fati."
Lastly, Araujo, who was replaced in the second half, denied he had an injury and confirmed that he left the field with cramp.
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