Levante win and Benfica next, the return of Ansu Fati makes exciting prospect

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Ansu Fati returned to the Barca first team with a goal in the recent game in La Liga against Levante. To go of the field with a 3-0 win makes the pressure on Ronald Koeman on ease. He will get time, but he knows the only answer to the doubters are wins, wins and wins.

Memphis Depay and Luke de Jong both hit the net and did start in this game. Those two early goals really made the difference and as the table now talks with one game in hand, they could be just two points behind leaders Real Madrid.

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Next up is a European CL clash v. Benfica, coming tomorrow and Barca will again be favorites as they should be against the current league leaders in Portugal.

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Not easy in the next La Liga clash either taking on Atletico Madrid away which will be a massive test for Ronald Koeman and if he gets away with a draw, it will not be much noice, but a defeat will certainly give the doubters more to talk about.

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To see those players coming in starting to deliver and especially Luke de Jong as he is under treath and not seen as a player in a Barcelona team, with his strengths probably in those areas we are not used to see the Barca teams operate as the play to reach a goal always has a sence of another build up.

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The Barca team v. Levante was seen in a 4-2-3-1 system with Luke de Jong alone on top as the main target man, Depay out to the left and Gavi to the right. Fati replaced de Jong after 81 minutes and did have enough time to score that crucial goal.

A good game to get through as points were picked up and several players did well, certainly and hopefully this will be a restart of the season for Barcelona.

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