BarcelonaWith Luuk de Jong as an unexpected hero and Ter Stegen ready to be the goalkeeper who saved points not so long ago, Barça did their homework and left with three points in the basket of their visit to Son Moix after ‘a strange match (0-1). Yes, weird. Why the Barça team, with more than fifteen casualties largely due to the coronavirus, came out to play with an eleven that would have even seemed atypical for a match in the first round of the Cup. Strange for Ronald Araujo. Strange because Gerard Piqué was in charge of kicking the free kick. And, also, especially strange because the search for the goal, the most precious treasure in football, was in charge of an offensive line so unprecedented that if it were not for a pandemic we might never have seen in an initial eleven of the Barça: Ilias Akhomach, Luuk de Jong and Ferran Jutglà; a boy from the subsidiary born in 2004 who had just played 45 minutes with the first team, a Dutchman who is at Barça almost by accident and a third striker who is enjoying the First Division with Barça after Espanyol deny this opportunity.
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