Lenglet has discomfort in the right flood
The first team returned to training with a cool-down session at the second launch Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper
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The team's first player, Clement Lengle, is experiencing discomfort in his right leg and will receive treatment in the coming days.
On Monday, the available players worked on Field 2 of the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper, while those who played against Alavés on Sunday were busy recovering from the game. French striker Antoine Griezmann has continued his diligent work to help him recover.
Quique Setién will resume training on Tuesday morning, then rest for a few days to prepare for the next official game against Napoli in the Champions League 16th round second leg at Camp Nou.
Barça had all of the possession in the opening exchanges of a match that was played in bright sunshine and 31 degree heat at the Estadio Mendizorroza.
On three minutes, Riqui Puig was the first to go close as he let fly from 30 yards only to see his shot cannon back off of the crossbar. Manu Garcia skied a chance when well-placed for the hosts, with Ansu Fati also going close at the other end shortly after.
With only 12 minutes played, Arturo Vidal was next to hit the crossbar, with Leo Messi, looking for a record seventh Pichichi award, finding the outside of the post on the quarter hour.
Consistent pressure eventually brought its reward as a fine move ended with Messi crossing to Ansu Fati who made no mistake with a close-range volley on 23.
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