Andres Iniesta has told his Barcelona team-mates they cannot afford to wallow in their "unjust" Champions League defeat at Chelsea if they are to stay on course for a clean sweep of silverware this season.
The Blues proved Barca's nemesis once again on Wednesday night as they won 1-0 in the Champions League semi-final first leg at Stamford Bridge.
That was despite the visitors dominating almost every aspect of the game from an attacking perspective, leading midfielder Iniesta and even the club's own website to lament what they perceived as an "injustice" and substitute Pedro to say: "We looked like fools when they scored."
But Barca - who had won 11 successive matches prior to yesterday - only had themselves to blame after wasting a glut of chances to score, with the profligate finishing that has dogged them at times this season returning with a vengeance.
"That is the only thing that leaves a bad taste in the mouth - the failure to score," Iniesta said.
"We generated enough ch...