Barcelona defeated Deportivo Alaves 5-0 on Sunday Afternoon, to end their 2019/2020 Spanish Laliga Santander season on a high note.
Quique Setién's men forgot the 2-1 home loss to Osasuna few days ago, as they were in their best form to defeat Alaves.
The away team opened the scoring through youngster Ansu Fati in the 24th minutes of the game.
Uruguayan star Luis Suarez scored the last goal of the first half in the 44th minutes, with an excellent assist from Jordi Alba.
Portugal international Nelson Semedo scored the 4th goal of the match in the 57th minutes, after receiving an assist from Riqui Puig.
Argentina star Lionel Messi scored his second goal of the match in the 75th minutes after an assist from Jordi Alba, to end the match 5-0 in favour of the away team.
Football lovers have now started praising youngster Riqui Puig for the excellent performance against Alaves, as many people said he's the best thing that happens in Barcelona disappointing season.
Riqui Puig vs Deportivo Alaves🔥
• Minutes played: 90
• Goals: 0
• Assists: 2
• Key Passes: 4
• Chances Created: 6 (most)
• Pass Success: 90
• Long Balls: 3 (66%)
• Recoveries: 7
This kid is generational I don’t care what anyone says💫
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