The Camp Nou outfit's frontman believes that the tie is not over despite his side securing a 2-0 victory in the first-leg at the Bernabeu on Wednesday evening
Barcelona forward David Villa refused to comment on Real Madrid but instead praised his teammates in their victory over Real Madrid at the Bernabeu.
Speaking to As after the match, the Barca striker said: “I think we were far superior throughout the match.
"I think Madrid being reduced to ten men was crucial. But they were down to ten men because it was a clear and just red card.
Barcelona will take a two goal lead back to the Camp Nou after Lionel Messi scored a brace to put the Blaugrana into a commanding position.
However, Villa refused to agree that the tie was over, the Spanish striker added: “We have a tough game at home. For now, we must think about the league and get ready for a very tough ninety minutes.
“We won the first leg of the semi-finals. We played our way and this must be maintained.
“We tried to open the pitch up a lot. they made it difficult but we had the players in midfield. Today we are happy.”
When asked about Madrid’s manager, Jose Mourinho, David Villa said: “I cannot comment on Mourinho”.