Dembélé, great goal, two assists, hug with Xavi and ovation from the Camp Nou

He was not even half an hour in the field. And he had time to play on both sides. He started on the left, replacing a dull Ferran Torres. He then ended up on the right wing. Ousmane Dembélé signed the game that he most needed. Not only because of the great goal that he unleashed to reassure the Camp Nou, a left-footed shot that also allowed him to transform the whistles he received when he stepped on the pitch to a thunderous ovation as almost 70,000 people happily chanted his name.

And he, after that impressive shot that shook the goal of the south goal of the stadium, went to meet Gavi, with whom he celebrated that liberating goal, while Piqué raised his arms asking the fans to applaud the rebellious French player.

Pedro’s leadership

That goal was the prologue to a colossal appearance on a night where Pedri’s leadership became Iniestan, with magical touches and clairvoyant passes, leaving the Camp Nou feeling amazed. As if he didn’t believe what he was seeing. Throwing his hands to his head every time the young Canarian left wonderful plays, like that pipe with a heel strike included, and with his back as he was, to Balenziaga. Pedri turned on the light switch and Dembélé, meanwhile, did his thing.

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He was not happy with his great goal but then, already installed on the right, he borrowed the costume of an assistant to give away two goals. He put one on Luuk de Jong’s head and one on Memhis’s feet. Decisive and generous Ousmane, acclaimed by Camp Noy and hugging Xavi finished.

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