Barcelona survived the frozen inferno of Kiev and won a non-negotiable match. The next day, who would have said that, could judge his pass to the knockout rounds of the Champions League. Capitalizing on Benfica’s defeat to Bayern Munich, Barcelona will only have to minimally beat the Portuguese side at Camp Nou to travel to Munich with the ratings settled.
Cost, not a little, a team Serge Bergoan Dinamo, who crashed twice before a superb, finally beat out Ter Stegen, who did not capitalize on his dominance until the end of the second half, already with Dembele on the grass, as a near-urgent resource to break the tie that threatened him. The future in the tournament very much.
I crashed once, twice, three times and even four times against the iron defense of the opposing team, whose outings in the counter on nerves, as usual, behind Barcelona. Meanwhile, in the middle of the field, Niko once again grew dizzyingly, silhouetted in the background dry, falling over the edge due to an injury to Dest, was noted at a lower rate of the match.
He returned, yes, to show good vibes at his game. More together, with the most advanced defense to provoke the opponent’s offside, opening the football to the max, shooting from far, quick combination… and perhaps more insistence than is advised in the middle, he had a match however, he couldn’t afford to lose. On his side until his eyelashes Ansu Fati, whose penalty had previously been ruled out by the VAR and whose substitution in the final stage was once again the most unique in attack.
Barcelona finally won a match away from the Camp Nou and it couldn’t have been more important. If he wins the next day, even with a minimum, Benfica will be at the Camp Nou in the round of 16. Two weeks ago, it was all crying, terrifying, and mistrustful. Europe today sees itself in a different light.