Updated: Feb 3, 2020
Setien suffered his first defeat as Barca manager when they faced Los Che at the Mestalla.
Midfielder Sergio Busquets admitted that Valencia were the better side following Barcelona's loss on Saturday afternoon.
Quique Setien suffered his first defeat as Barca manager when they faced Los Che at the Mestalla stadium yesterday.
The Blaugrana have struggled to secure wins away from the Camp Nou this season as they've dropped points at Athletic Bilbao, Osasuna, Granada, Levante, Real Sociedad and Espanyol.
And, their woes away from home didn't stop when they played Valencia who thrashed them 2-0.
"There aren't many changes," Busquets said when asked about the new setup under Quique Setien, as Marca reported. "But there are some.
"We had a good second half and had control, despite the defeat.
"They took their chances and they were more successful."
The midfielder added: "We improved during the game and we knew how to correct some of our mistakes.
"When we improved, they scored their first.
"We had good chances to level, but then when they got the second it all became harder."