Barcelona: Barcelona midfielder Andres Iniesta doesn't expect AC Milan counterpart Mark van Bommel to be as aggressive in their Champions League match, at least in comparison to last year's World Cup final.
Iniesta scored the extra time winner as Spain won its first World Cup against a bruising Netherlands squad. Van Bommel drew much criticism for the physical play, especially against his former Barcelona teammate who was fouled more than any other player on the Soccer City field.
"There could have been some kind of actions but I don't think it will be repeated again. I like to think we all act in good faith, defending our own interests," Iniesta said on Monday from the Camp Nou stadium. "There were hard tackles but it ended very happily for me, for us."