Match Analysis: Barcelona The Toothless Bulldog Was Barking And Biting Against Sevilla [Photos].
By Mystical_Wondaz | self meida writer
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Who would have imagined that same FC Barcelona team that was torn apart by Sevilla and PSG in the Copa del Rey and UEFA Champions League respectively will stage a comeback to trash Sevilla 3-0 to progress to the next stage of the competition.
Dembele reduced the 2-0 scoreline for the home side with an early strike. Lucas Ocampos then missed a golden chance to put the travelers on the brink, positioning his penalty straight at Marc-Andre Ter Stegen.
Gerard Pique capitalised to be the hero at the death for Barcelona heading home from close range to send the contest into extra-time. He also set a record with that as shown below;
Martin Braithwaite then scored the final goal in the additional time, which also saw Sevilla denied another penalty for handball.
Fernando and Luuk de Jong we're shown red cards on a night to forget for Julen Lopetegui's men.
What a comeback for FC Barcelona and more will be expected of them as they lock horn with PSG soon in the return leg of the UEFA Champions League in Paris.
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