Few minutes ago FC Barcelona unveiled its Official team photo
The Catalans giant who sit third on the Spanish Laliga league table with just two points separating them and league leaders Atlectico Madrid, wrote on it's official Facebook page: "Official team photo FC Barcelona 2020-21" Alongside pictures of Barcelona players, Head coach, Ronald Koeman, his assistant and the Barcelona President himself Joan Laporta.
Lionel Messi sits in the middle at the third row beneath FC Barcelona President and Koeman.
This Barcelona official team photo for 2020/2021 season have caused thousands of reactions in few minutes, as some believed Philipe Coutinho was Photoshopped in.
A fan wrote: "Look like coutinho was photoshopped into this picture"
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