Pique who is unstoppable in the air, did well to contain Martinez in the first half but had a terrible second 45. had a major mental slip-up that gave Nicolo Barella the opportunity to score. nearly committed an own goal before being intimidated by Denzel Dumfries as Inter came close to scoring a third.
2. Marcos Alonso.
Alonso was maybe the only player that constantly underwhelmed during the contest; he was a little too slow for Inter’s attempts. He missed multiple opportunities to track Denzel Dumfries and could not be saved.
3. Sergio Busquets.
The skipper had a first-half performance that was nothing short of legendary since he was impossible to mark. However, the second half was forgettable since none of his passes found their intended recipients. The ball was carelessly misplaced, which resulted in the second goal.
You can see that Raphinha brings a wholly unique set of ideas, but he has also been failing to put them into practice. Despite this, he generated four shots, tested Onana a few times, and, thanks to his relentless work ethic, practically manufactured the goal. Regarding his
2. Robert Lewandowski.
was immediately identified as a man-mark by Milan Skriniar, and he was forced to use deep and wide pockets to make room for himself. got a well-deserved goal to put the Catalans back in the game before tying the score again with a magnificent header in stoppage time.
3. N. Barella.
What a player the Italian midfielder is turning out to be! He was absolutely fantastic yesterday and made countless runs with and without the ball in midfield to help his team.