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    Barcelona ratings vs Granada: How did the Calan club fare?

    Barcelona ratings vs Granada: How did the Calan club fare?
    Barcelona ratings vs Granada: How did the Calan club fare?

    After a disheartening setback to Bayern Munich in midweek, Barcelona returned to LaLiga Santander action but were unable to get back on track.

    Ronald Koeman’s team has issues, as evidenced by a disappointing 1-1 draw at home to Granada. Ronald Araujo, 22, was one of the few bright spots, as he led the side and a young defence in which he was the oldest player.

    Here’s where you can weigh in on his and his teammates’ efforts.

    Marc-Andre ter Stegen – 7/10 – The Barcelona goalkeeper had to make a couple of crucial saves to keep the game within reach of his team, while also displaying superb distribution skills.

    Eric Garcia – 7.5/10 – Garcia didn’t have much to do in terms of defending because Granada spent so much time on the back foot after their goal. His back-end distribution, on the other hand, was outstanding, as he completed 96% of his 100 passes!

    Ronaldo Araujo 8.5/10 – Araujo, arguably Barcelona’s greatest player on the night, was a threat from set-pieces. In the dying embers, his passes were top-notch, and he headed in the all-important equalizer. By a long shot, he was the man of the match.

    Sergino Dest – 7/10 – Starting on the right side, he looked dangerous coming forward, but after Balde’s injury, he switched flanks and posed an equal threat. He laid out three critical passes, but only one of his 16 cross efforts was successful.

    Alejandro Balde – N/A – On his La Liga debut, the 18-year-old played through back pain before being subbed off in the first half due to his inability to continue. Regrettably, the youngster will have more opportunities in the future.

    Sergi Roberto – 5/10 – In the first half, the Spaniard had a shot deflected off the crossbar, but otherwise, he was a spectator. It’s no surprise he was taken off at halftime.

    Sergio Busquets – 5.5/10 – The Barcelona veteran failed to cope with Granada on the break and seemed wasteful in possession as well. Is the star’s age finally catching up with him?

    Frenkie de Jong – 6/10 – De Jong lost his opposing number for the opening goal, but he rebounded to put in a strong performance, with his distribution skills (96% passes completed) and two important passes being the key to keeping the ball moving.

    Yusuf Demir – 6/10 – the 18-year-old was keen to get involved in the game and used the ball more effectively than his more glamorous offensive teammates.

    Depay Memphis – 6.5/10 – You may blame Depay for a couple of missed chances, but he was also at the heart of everything positive that came out of Barcelona’s attack. He did not, however, perform any game-changing feats tonight.

    Philippe Coutinho – 6/10 – The Brazilian was present during the proceedings but never said anything significant. He’s only just returned from injury, but Barcelona must be frustrated that their $100 million+ investment in the star isn’t paying off.

    Substitute –

    Oscar Mingueza  – 6/10 – He put in a lot of effort both on and off the field.

    Luuk de Jong – 5/10  –  Do you recall seeing him on the field? In the second 45 minutes, the Dutchman was a complete non-factor for Barcelona, even missing a sitter.

    Gavi -7/10 – Gavi, Koeman’s lone effective change, was full of enthusiasm and set up Araujo with a lovely cross for the equalizer.

    Pique Gerard – 6/10 – The Barcelona veteran, as usual, took up a high position on the pitch in the dying minutes in the hopes of scoring a goal or two, but to no effect.

     

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    • #22640
      Seyibabs8
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      Barcelona is a no go area this season

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    • #22660
      Bernard
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      barca  nah finished club

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    • #22666
      Tolu
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      Barcelona is down without Messi

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    • #22696
      Nne
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      I quite remember those days when Barceleno players used to play scintillating football. What is wrong with them?

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    • #22705
      Chichi
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      Barcelona as a club is doomed.. if them no go relegation make em thank God

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    • #22709
      John Adeleke
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      so cos Messi left the club went into oblivion

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    • #22749
      Fredo
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      Barca needs to up their games to remain relevance in this season. The exit of Messi should not demoralize them to perform well.

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