he barcelona He composed music in Montjuïc, was the “little hand” who conducted the orchestra, made the notes, some inspired by “Joao” and broke the free-kick drought to give Barça a great afternoon .
most of them Ferran Torres Against Betis, the third (62nd minute) meant Barca scored from a free kick for the first time since Lionel Messi left the Catalan institution. It was a free-kick goal that hadn’t happened in two years and four months.
The party in Montjuïc sounded like heavenly music kicking off Joao Felix In the 25th minute, the ears of Barça and Xavi Hernandez were delighted, with a performance that was probably one of the best in the “Cules” team he coached, from which he remained for the rest of the game. Not out of control.
Robert Lewandowski He added to his confidence in his goalscoring form at the start of the season by scoring the local cause’s second goal in the 32nd minute, while Ferran Torres’ aforementioned strike sealed the victory.
Rafinha He continued the festival with his goals in mind (and the message that he wanted a place in the Catalan team), and the concert ended with a song by Joao CanceloIn the 81st minute, the pass after cutting inside the penalty area, with a “little hand”, excited the Red and Blue Army who longed for the glory of Messi’s era… although at least the free kick drought had been overcome.