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Barcelona will not be knocked off course by their 3-1 defeat at Manchester City in the Champions League Tuesday despite being outplayed in the second half by Pep Guardiola's fired-up side, the Catalan club's manager Luis Enrique said.The Spanish champions are second in La Liga two points behind arch-rivals Real Madrid and face a testing game Sunday at high-flying Sevilla, who are a point behind them, with Luis Enrique declaring they would not dwell on the City defeat.Luis Enrique emphasized Barca's domination of City for most of the first period, in which Lionel Messi scored, but conceded that they never recovered from Sergi Roberto's misplaced pass which allowed Ilkay Guendogan to level before the break.
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