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Barcelona's Robert Lewandowski attributes good form to training intensity

Barcelona's resurgence owes much to a recent up-tick in training intensity, according to star forward Robert Lewandowski.

The Blaugrana displayed some of their finest form of the season in a compelling 3-0 victory over Atletico Madrid, inflicting a rare home La Liga defeat upon Diego Simeone's side at the Metropolitano.

Lewandowski shone brightly, netting a superb goal and providing crucial assists for Joao Felix and Fermin Lopez. Reflecting on the performance, he spoke to DAZN Espana, expressing satisfaction with the team's cohesive display.

"Could this be our best game of the season? It's a possibility. What matters most is our strong start, controlling the game from the outset and securing three goals on their turf. 

"A solid performance overall. I'm delighted, not just for the goal, but also for the assists. When we play with ease, we perform better," Lewandowski remarked.

Barcelona's defensive solidity is evident with over 400 league minutes without conceding, marking their most impressive defensive streak this season. Lewandowski attributed this improvement to recent changes in training regime, emphasizing enhanced intensity.

"In the past few weeks, we've amped up our training, focusing on greater intensity. Physically, I feel in top form, as do my teammates. We're aiming to progress further. With the international break approaching, followed by another break, this period is crucial. Our goal is not just to win, but to elevate our game," Lewandowski stated.

This revelation sparked discussions regarding Barcelona's training methods throughout the season. However, with injuries mounting and a demanding fixture schedule, it's understandable why training intensity may have fluctuated. 

Against Atletico , Barcelona coped without key players like Frenkie de Jong, Andreas Christensen and Pedri, all sidelined due to injury from their recent Champions League encounter with Napoli.

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