Liga leaders host Italian giants in crucial European Cup tie without ill head-coach.
Centre-back Gerard Pique has admitted that Barcelona are missing head-coach Tito Vilanova, as the Spaniards prepare to take on AC Milan in the second leg of their Champions League last 16 clash at Camp Nou on Tuesday night.
Vilanova is currently in New York undergoing treatment for throat cancer and in the manager’s absence, the Catalans have struggled of late, including losing the first leg against the Rossoneri 2-0 at San Siro three weeks ago.
“We will definitely miss him (Vilanova). Every team needs a coach. But I think that Jordi Roura is doing a great job. And at the same time Tito Vilanova is helping us from New York. As I said before in Spanish, Tito will help us to beat Milan and pass to quarter-finals,” Pique said.