Rijkaard fields Barcelona big guns: It could've been better

Barcelona coach Frank Rijkaard fielded all his available big guns against Deportivo La Coruna and admitted he wasn't totally pleased with their performance in last night's 2-1 victory.

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Lionel Messi, Ronaldinho and Samuel Eto'o all started for the first time since August and Rijkaard said afterwards: "It was not our most shining game but, mentally, it is a good triumph because Eto'o returned after his injury. That also is a victory.

"It is important that the team obtains results with them on the field. It is impossible for those that return from their injuries to be in perfect shape. Barca demonstrated a good mentality. It was a hard-working victory. We must still be happy with the result although not with the game.

"Ronaldinho played and fought like his teammates. He wanted to take the penalty and I was happy to see him score."

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