Barcelona won a broad victory at the expense of its Hungarian host Ferienzfarroschi, by three free, on Wednesday evening, in a meeting between the two teams at the Groupama Arena, in the fifth round of the group stage of the Champions League competition.
Barça entered the match minus the services of its most prominent star, Lionel Messi, as Dutch coach Ronald Koeman preferred to rest in the match, especially after the Catalan team guaranteed qualification for the next round.
Barcelona repeats their victory over Ferencfarroschi in the Champions League.
The Catalan team succeeded in finding the way of the net quickly after Frenchman Antoine Griezmann donated a goal with the foot’s heel following a perfect pass from his colleague Jordi Alba at the 14th minute.
Barcelona repeated his visit to the net after only 7 minutes, and this time the scorer was Danish Martin Braithwaite, from the French industry, Osman Dembele.
The attacking side of Barcelona continued to result in a penalty kick by Braithwaite. Dembele set out to successfully translate it into a third goal in the 28th minute, a goal that ended on his signature in the first half.
Following the break, Koeman made several changes, pushing Bricky Butch, Junior Verbo, Frenkie de Jong, and Carles Alenia to revitalize the team and rest Clemo Longley, Jordi Alba, Sergio Busquets, and Antoine Griezmann.
Barcelona did not add more goals to the team’s balance despite the numerous attempts, with Neto maintaining a clean sheet despite a few skirmishes from the Hungarian opponent’s players.
In light of the result, Barcelona’s balance rose to 15 points at the top of the group with the full score so far, while the losing balance stopped at an orphan point at the bottom of the group.