Winning is more important than playing well, according to Josep Pedrerol's video survey

Real Madrid's historic comeback against Manchester City in the Champions League once again made it clear that playing good football is useless if it doesn't help you win.

Winning is more important than playing well, according to Josep Pedrerol's video survey

Real Madrid's historic comeback against Manchester City in the Champions League once again made it clear that playing good football is useless if it doesn't help you win.

For this reason, Josep Pedrerol posed the following question to the readers of La Vanguardia a week ago: "Do you believe the milonga of playing football well or do you prefer to win?"

So far, a majority (55%) believes that it is better to beat the rival and win titles no matter what, even if it is playing worse. That is, what counts is being the winner.

The comments of the users of La Vanguardia reflect the debate that this question has provoked: "Stop stories, the most important thing in any game is to win, and, behind this objective, is to do it well", affirms alias3lgra.

Instead, alias26wh0 says: "But how are you going to win if you don't play well? If I play well, the most normal thing is to win." "Except for Real Madrid, who plays with a penalty and always wins," says Cappack.

For gfersab_2239 you can't "define good game as milonga". "Well, it's clear to me, a team that doesn't play anything and always has a little help, the most normal thing is that I end up winning," says happSWQA, who points to the example of Real Madrid.

For the user He_vivido, the debate goes further when he states that "professional football is a business and not the promotion of the values ​​of sport".

Readers have also discussed this issue on social media:

The debate is still alive. For those readers who have not yet been able to give their opinion, you can still vote in the poll:


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