Barcelona recorded a good home win against Levante. The players were well motivated to impress the fans. After 90 minutes, the match ended 3-0 in favour of Barca with Depay, Luuk De Jong and Ansu Fati as goalscorers.
Here are 3 players who were instrumental in Barca's home win:
The midfielder had a very good game against Levante. He was almost everywhere in the pitch and played with vigour and enthusiasm. Gavi made smart runs, good passes and was solid defensively.
The Dutch international was instrumental in Barca's win as he scored the first goal through a penalty. Depay was fouled in the 18-yard box and won a penalty. He also made some nice runs in the box and could have gotten more goals
The youngster has proven worth once again that he is a key factor in Barca's success. Fati just returning from injury made his impact felt few minutes after he entered the pitch. In just 2 minutes after he came on from the bench, Fati scored his first goal this season. What makes this feat impressive is the fact that this is his first match this season after suffering a long term injury since last November. He wasn't even available for the team in the preseason games.
With his quality, Barcelona's chances of competing in various club tournaments have just improved. With his fine performance, Fati won the man of the match, a deserved welcome back to active football.
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