Dani Alves scored as Adama Traore and Aubameyang made their debut in a game which saw Barcelona beat Atletico Madrid 4-2, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
The first half was where most of the action happened for both teams who had something to celebrate after 45 minutes.
Atletico Madrid opened the goal scoring in the 8th minutes through a goal from Yannick Carrasco made it 0-1 for the visiting side.
Barcelona pushed on with Jordi Alba goal in the 10th minute of the game which leveled everything 1-1 with assist coming from Dani Alves.
More coming for the home side which saw Pablo Gavira teaming up with Adama Traore to give them the lead in the 21st minutes which saw things turned 2-1 as it carried on.
They weren’t done there as another goal from Ronald Araujo in the 43rd minute increased the scoreline to 3-1 as it carry forward with Ferran Torres making up the assist.
Things came to an end in the first half with Barcelona 3-1 Atletico Madrid as they both headed inside for the break after an amazing 45 minutes of football between them.
Second Half Report
The second half was brilliant for the home side who did everything possible to make sure they kept their leading going into the ending.
Dani Alves scored in the 49th minute of the second half making it 4-1 as Barcelona were unstoppable in a game which saw them playing well like a good team after a long time.
Atletico Madrid scored one goal in the 58th minute of the game through Luis Suarez which made the scoreline 4-2 from another good finish for the encounter.
Dani Alves was shown a red card in the 69th minute which was followed by Frenkie De Jong and Xavi Hernandez getting booked by the referee.
The match came to an end with Barcelona 4-2 Atletico Madrid which saw the him side taking all three points after 90 minutes of football played.
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