Barcelona headed into their clash against Eintracht Frankfurt, hoping to keep up their impressive form under Xavi.
The team, now unbeaten in their last 13 games held out the hosts to a 1-1 draw.
Busy night for Ter Stegen who was called into action very early in the first half. Made a couple of decent saves
Araujo was faced with the task of keeping up with one of Germany’s most proficient creators in Filip Kostic
For the first time in forever, Pique looked very uncomfortable on the ball with Rafael Borre breathing down his neck
Rocky started for Garcia who did not respond well to Frankfurt’s high press. Eventually grew into the game, though, and was excellent.
Inarguably Alba’s worst performance in months. He looked lost more often than not and could not link up with his teammates well enough.
Gavi did a good job of increasing the tempo of the game but was stopped in his tracks each time with a tactical foul.
While Gavi and Pedri struggled to find any sort of control in this game, Busquets was the only one keeping Barcelona composed
Pedri was deployed on the right side of the midfield and evidently looked uncomfortable until Frenkie de Jong came on.
Adama completed a bunch of dribbles but was not able to create any genuine threat as Martin Hinteregger commanded his backline superbly.
This was inarguably the worst performance Aubameyang has put up since joining Barcelona
Torres looked motivated since his first touch and even registered the first shot on target for either team.
Frenkie de Jong’s substitution change the course of the game as Pedri was able to move to the left. He is also clearly missing control in the midfield
Dembele was the other substitute involved in the goal, linking up brilliantly with de Jong on the edge of the box.