Barcelona introduced a going after show by clearing its Mexican visitor Pumas 6-0 on Sunday, to win the
Joan Gamper Cup in a yearly well disposed match held to pay tribute to the club’s pioneer, on Sunday.
Under seven days before the beginning of the Spanish League, the fresh introductions to Barcelona
made a momentous execution on Sunday, drove by Polish striker Robert Lewandowski, who opened the
scoring since the third moment with a shot from a restricted point.
Barcelona stood by a couple of moments to add the second through Badri (4), preceding scoring the
third following five minutes by Frenchman Ousmane Dembele after a pass from the other newbie,
Afterward Lewandowski assumed
And afterward Lewandowski assumed the part of the passer in the fourth objective, which Badri likewise
scored (19), then, at that point, the outcome stayed unaltered until the start of the final part, when it
was the turn of Gabonese striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to score the fifth (49) preceding the
Dutchman Francke de Jong added the 6th before the finish of the gathering (83).
The match saw the cooperation of French Jules Conde without precedent for the Catalan club’s varieties
subsequent to entering in the 61st moment, while the other Danish novice, Andreas Christensen, was
missing because of neck hurts.