Barcelona squad have arrived Lisbon, Portugal ahead of their UEFA Champions League match against Benfica on Wednesday night at the Estadio da Luz in Group E.
FC Barcelona posted on Facebook: "We have arrived in Lisbon! All ready for tommorow!" alongside pictures of its Squad in Lisbon.
Barcelona will be hoping to get it first Champions League group stage victory of the season when they face Benfica on Wednesday at the Estadio da Luz.
Barcelona are still unbeaten in the 2021/22 La Liga season, although they ended their three games winless run in all competition during the weekend triumph as Barcelona's new number 10 marked his comeback with a goal 10 minutes after being introduced.
Barcelona go into this game, unbeaten in their last eight Champions League away games, and had kept clean sheets in each of their last four meetings with Benfica.
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