3 ways in which Barcelona can continue their winning form
Barcelona and Sevilla played out a 4-2 thrilling encounter at the Camp Nou, with the home side taking away the three points from the visitors.
It was clearly not an easy win for the Catalans, though the scoreline says otherwise. Ben Yedder and co gave a tough fight away from home, and they were able to bag 2 goals.
Coutinho was the one to open the scoring. He scored a lovely finesse goal to the top corner in just under 2 minutes, with Leo Messi being the mastermind behind the play again.
Just when you thought the starting minutes of the game couldn't get any better, Leo Messi thundered a shot to the bottom corner in the 12th minute of the game, beating Vaclik with ease and changing the scoreline to 2-0.
It was a great game between the two Spanish teams after the international break, and the club matches are just getting started.
Barcelona has tough games ahead, as they play Inter Milan on Wednesday and Real Madrid in a week.
With Leo Messi declared injured for nearly 3 weeks, there are some important things to be taken into consideration for Barcelona to keep winning their upcoming games across all competitions.
Valverde's decision making has been a point of concern for the Barca fans, and therefore, it remains to be seen how he decides to proceed. Here are the three things that Barcelona should do to remain in the winning ways.
#3 Keep starting Arthur Melo
Arthur has shown immense confidence and belief in his skills, and he has impressed every cule (an FC Barcelona fan) since the day he stepped out in the Camp Nou. His control, calmness and confidence are unmatched, and he is clearly here to rule.
Arthur Melo is one of the few players who deserve the starting spot more than anyone, as he has displayed consistent performances week in and week out.
The Brazilian, alongside Busquets and Rakitic, has delivered when required. Cutting passing lanes and playing wide is a few of his qualities which come extremely handy for the Catalans.
He is already being titled 'The Next Xavi' despite the fact that he has barely started 5 games for the Blaugrana, and this describes the expectations cules have from him.