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“Carlos Sainz will not be happy”, Charles Leclerc visits the Camp Nou to watch Barcelona’s final game of the season » FirstSportz

Charles Leclerc with Sergi Roberto
Charles Leclerc with Sergi Roberto

Charles Leclerc recently visited FC Barcelona’s stadium, where he is believed to have been invited by Sergi Roberto. He was accompanied by his brother and F3 driver Arthur Leclerc. The Monegasque attended Barcelona’s last game of the season at the Camp Nou, where they lost 2-0, capping the end of a year in which the team found itself in turmoil. They finish second in La Liga this year, 13 points behind arch-rivals Real Madrid.

The Catalan club were eliminated from this season’s Champions League in a particularly disheartening losing tie against Bayern Munich, losing 3-0 at home and away. This would have been particularly difficult to bear following their earlier UEFA Champions League quarter-final defeat by the club in 2020, where Barcelona lost 8-2 to the German club. The club later also failed out of the Europa League, with a quarter-final loss to eventual winners Eintracht Frankfurt, helped along the way by a brace from Serbian star Filip Kostic.

Despite this, Barcelona have shown promise for the coming seasons, with former star and captain Xavi back at the helm of the team as manager and the return of beloved club president Joan Laporta. The young players, like Pedri and Gavi in ​​particular, are seen as the stars of the future and there is certainly hope and excitement for the future among the club’s supporters. Previously, Sergi Roberto had also met with reigning world champion Max Verstappen.

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Carlos Sainz will certainly not like that!

Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc
Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc

Ferrari teammates Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz are certainly football fans. Sainz is vocal about Barcelona’s arch-rivals Real Madrid and Leclerc supports his hometown club AS Monaco. They will also attend a charity football match ahead of this weekend’s Monaco Grand Prix, where they will be joined by other current and future F1 stars. Will Sainz demand satisfaction? We’d love to find out.

Sunday’s Spanish Grand Prix at the Circuit Barcelona de-Catalunya ended in disappointment for Ferrari and Charles Leclerc. Carlos Sainz had a brilliant start, where he got the starting procedure and was later sent into the gravel bed by a gust of wind. After a nice recovery ride he finally finished fourth (having started third).

On the contrary, Leclerc had an excellent start to the race. He kept title rival Max Verstappen behind him at the start and extended his lead. Verstappen later suffered the same “gust of wind” as Sainz and was sent into the gravel trap. This left him battling with George Russell while Charles Leclerc continued to increase his lead.

Leclerc didn’t pit until lap 22, well behind most of the leaders, and at that point was around 27 seconds down. He returned to the lead, still comfortably in the lead. Here his fortune ended. On lap 28, after leading the entire race and 10 seconds ahead of the next closest rider, second-placed Russell, Leclerc, retired dramatically from the race after a drive unit problem, where he suffered a drastic loss of power. What had been an incredible weekend up to this point turned into a minor disaster.

Charles Leclerc is hoping to break his Monaco curse and regain his championship lead at this weekend’s Monaco Grand Prix. Carlos Sainz will also be hoping for a better weekend there and both will certainly need to work together to defeat the Red Bulls, who currently lead the constructors’ championship by 26 points. Charles Leclerc is currently second with 104 points, behind Max Verstappen and his teammate Carlos Sainz in 5th place with 65 points.

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