Barcelona moved up to third in LaLiga after Ferran Torres’ brace and goals from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Riqui Puig sealed a routine 4-0 win over Osasuna at Camp Nou on Sunday.
The game quickly became the expected pattern, as Barcelona played the ball, looking for and looking for a gap in Osasuna 4-2-3-1.
By the time Nacho Vidal gave the athletes a 14-minute penalty, Barcelona had finished more passes in third place than their opponents could have controlled anywhere on the field.
Gavi jumped into the position of Sergio Busquets, swinging Vidal’s goal, attracting the back-to-back into a bizarre badge to secure a clinically kicked Ferran Torres pack-kick.
Barcelona has retained the oppressive management and location authority by severely pressuring its guests in the middle of the table.
Ousmane Dembele floated infield, slicing through the jagged lines of Osasuna’s scrambled rearguard to tee up Torres for a quick-fire second. The French World Cup winner laid on Barcelona’s third within the opening half-hour, whipping the ball towards the near post which Aubameyang toed in.
Xavi’s are acknowledged to have been helped by the lazy and timid Osasuna. The visitors not only resisted Dembele while crossing but watched as Dani Alves, 38, unleashed the step-overs to reach the goal.
Barcelona have been so easy to manage that they build up rondos around the pitch, circling the poor Osasuna player with the blunt ground before moving on to the victim.
Second-placed Riqui Puig put up a great pace in the game that was about to end. Running into the position of his shotgun, Puig circled Sergio Herrera coolly, taking the time before firing the fourth with 15 minutes left.
On the same day the Barcelona Femen closed the Spanish airline in a flawless and emphatic manner, the club’s men’s wing enjoyed some part of the bad governance of its teammates as something given.