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Ansu Fati returns the illusion

There are players with angels, kids who seem predestined to fulfill the script that any scriptwriter would be rejected for being too incredible. Ansu Fati is one of those. The young Barça striker needed ten minutes after 11 months to return the smile to a depressed club. Ansu returned and Barça won 3-0 at Levante with the third goal from the youth squad. Life has been lived differently since yesterday afternoon at Barcelona. Ansu has returned and he has done it as he left it, with the goal between eyebrows.

Sergi Roberto’s gastroenteritis, which made him sick at the last minute, was the last bad news that a Barça received that has been accumulating misfortunes for too long. At which the ball was put into play, the Blaugrana team began to recover dynamics that seemed forgotten.

It made the task easier for the Blaugrana team to be seen in the sixth minute with a goal scored by Memphis from a penalty, which in this way took revenge for its two clamorous errors in the last game against Cádiz. The penalty was committed by Radoja on the Dutchman himself, who entered the area after beating Miramón.

With the 1-0, Barcelona continued to press the ball out of a lift that does not go through its best moments and before the first quarter of an hour of the game was completed, Luuk de Jong, another who needed to score like air to breathe, scored his first goal as a Blaugrana and scored the 2-0.

With Levante out of a game that was played at the pace set by Gavi, who at 17 offers an amazing self-confidence, Barça had the opportunity to close the match before half an hour of play, but Piqué, a meter from the line, failed to deflect a ball inside that was a sung goal.

Neither Barcelona nor Koeman is not enough to win games, you have to change scenarios and for that goals were necessary. The Blaugrana team played to get them, but Aitor was smarter than Gavi, who tried to make him a Vaseline typical of a player as shameless as him, he showed off before a Memphis header and knew how to recover in time when the Dutch forward beat him by controlling a pass into the space of an unleashed Gavi.

Barça went to rest with good feelings about the game, but with a short result, which for a team of morale as weak as the Blaugrana is always a risk. Levante, who had not approached Ter Stegen even once in 45 minutes, could console itself by thinking that the best was the result. To score a goal would soon make the Catalan team return to the area of ​​doubts. Last season, without going any further, they lost 0-2 to Barça at halftime in a match that ended up drawing at three.

Perhaps that memory was the one that made Barça leave strangely focused on the restart of the game, which kept the tonic of the first half: with Memphis maintaining a personal duel with Aitor, who was the one who kept afloat a very lost Levante.

With half an hour to go, Paco López played his best card by taking Morales out on the pitch, while at Barça Schreuder He made Riqui Puig enter for Coutinho while the Camp Nou chanted Ansu’s name, which began to warm up.

Barça still did not extend the lead against Levante and with nine minutes left, Ansu Fati entered the field, receiving a moving ovation. The excitement of the moment descended on Barça, who closed the game early and Levante took advantage of the moment to stretch to see that he fell. Morales shot high at the first and then Ter Stegen had to use himself thoroughly against Pablo Martínez.

But after this threat the cathartic festival of Ansu began, that in his first ride he almost forced a penalty, in the second he was associated with Memphis and in the third he stole a ball with a roulette dribble, he drove, shot, scored and the sun came out again in Barcelona.

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Barcelona

  • 1
    Ter Stegen







  • 24
    Eric Garcia







  • 2
    Sergiño Dest




    (88 ‘)




  • 3
    Pique







  • 22
    Oscar Mingueza




    (80 ‘)





  • 28
    Nico Gonzalez







  • 30
    Pablo Páez Gavira





    (80 ‘)





  • 5
    Busquets







  • 17
    Luuk de Jong





    (80 ‘)




  • 14
    Coutinho




    (58 ‘)



  • 9
    Depay









  • Dock
  • 6
    Ricard puig




    (58 ‘)



  • 26
    Iñaki Peña






  • 2. 3
    Umtiti






  • fifteen
    Clement Lenglet




    (88 ‘)


    SC
  • 4
    Ronald Araújo




    (80 ‘)



  • eleven
    Yusuf demir




    (80 ‘)



  • 13
    Net






  • 10
    Ansu Fati





    (80 ‘)





I raised

  • 1
    Aitor








  • 19
    Clerc








  • twenty
    Miramon






  • fifteen
    Shutter







  • 13
    Mustafi




    (76 ‘)




  • 22
    Gonzalo melero






  • 8
    Pepelu





    (68 ‘)



  • 5
    Radoja




    (54 ‘)



  • 18
    Of fruits




    (68 ‘)



  • 9
    Roger






  • twenty-one
    Dani gomez




    (54 ‘)



  • Dock
  • 3
    Franquesa






  • 4
    Rober




    (76 ‘)



  • 37
    Pablo Cuñat






  • 25
    Pablo Martinez




    (54 ‘)




  • 6
    Oscar Duarte






  • 7
    Alejandro Blesa






  • 2. 3
    Coke






  • eleven
    Morales




    (54 ‘)




  • 2
    Are






  • 17
    Nikola Vukcevic




    (68 ‘)



  • 29
    Alexander Cantero




    (68 ‘)



Changes

Morales (54 ‘, Dani Gómez), Pablo Martinez (54 ‘, Radoja), Ricard puig (58 ‘, Coutinho), Alexander Cantero (68 ‘, From Fruits), Nikola Vukcevic (68 ‘, Pepelu), Rober (76 ‘, Mustafi), Ansu Fati (80 ‘, Luuk de Jong), Ronald Araújo (80 ‘, Óscar Mingueza), Yusuf demir (80 ‘, Pablo Páez Gavira), Clement Lenglet (88 ‘, Sergiño Dest)

Goals

1-0, 6 ‘: Depay, 2-0, 13 ‘: Luuk de Jong, 3-0, 90 ‘: Ansu Fati

Cards

Referee: Isidro Díaz de Mera Escuderos
VAR Referee: Guillermo Cuadra Fernández
Pablo Páez Gavira (23 ‘, Yellow) Shutter (24 ‘, Yellow) Pepelu (57 ‘, Yellow) Clerc (85 ‘, Yellow

Classification

Classification

PT

Pj

PG

PE

PP

4

14 7 4 2 1
5

13 7 4 1 2
6

12 6 3 3 0
7

12 7 3 3 1
8

eleven 7 3 2 2

Classification

PT

Pj

PG

PE

PP

16

4 6 1 1 4
17

4 7 0 4 3
18

3 6 0 3 3
19

3 6 1 0 5
twenty

0 7 0 0 7

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