Czech football champions Viktoria Plzeň face Barcelona at Nou Camp on Wednesday in their third game in Group H. in the Champions League. Practising ahead of the match, the club’s players expressed excitement and anticipation over a “wish fulfilled”, even though the game against the defending champions – one of the world’s top football clubs – will be far from easy. Coach Pavel Vrba has called it “a dream come true which might never be repeated”. Viktoria Plzeň are currently at the bottom of their group, after drawing with Bate Borisov in Game 1 but then losing against AC Milan.
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