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Pique leads Barcelona to the first three indicators in the Champions League |  UEFA Champions League 2021/2022

Pique leads Barcelona to the first three indicators in the Champions League | UEFA Champions League 2021/2022

Barcelona swept the number 0 in the Champions League season. Against Dynamo Kiev, Ronald Koeman’s team dominated from start to finish. Gerard Pique pulled his team over the line with a goal in the first half.

Barcelona – Dynamo Kiev in a nutshell:

man of the match: Gerard Pique was much more than the scorer today. In addition to his amazing buffalo punch, he proved himself for 90 minutes as the lock on the door and this “new” Barcelona captain.

Match moment: Barcelona was the significantly better team today, but it’s still not a goal machine. Pique’s opening goal – and the only one too – was decisive today.

SpecialTen minutes before the end, Barcelona cleverly tried to finish the match by pushing the pace. But the moderate combinations did not appeal to the home crowd. On the contrary: the instrumentalists were treated to a flute party.

Pique puts Barcelona on track to top three CL

Barcelona were annoyingly languishing at the bottom of Group E ahead of their Champions League match against Dynamo Kiev, and Depay and his teammates had to win the day to still have a chance in the Champions League knockout stage.

So Koeman’s men slashed with a knife in their throats. However, they seemed to be extremely sharp since the start of the whistle. Both on the ball and when losing the ball, they were too big for Dynamo Kiev to have an inspiring soul.

It is clear that the young defense of the Ukrainian leader also suffered from some teething problems. He failed in the first half to play under the constant pressure of the Blaugrana. Dest and Luc de Jong, among others, were able to freely head into the Puestsjane goal several times.

After 35 sloppy minutes of play, Gerard Pique engaged in a fierce battle at the big Dynamo rectangle. The experienced defender showed the example of the attack compartment. Barcelona gave “his” the lead with a real buffalo punch before the end of the first half.

Gerard Pique was the dominant savior of Barcelona today.

Barcelona controls the colorless second half

Dynamo Kiev’s career continued in the skull after the end of the first half. Ronald Koeman immediately threw two new forces into the battle to demolish the shaky Ukrainian wall. With Ansu Fati and Coutinho, Blaugrana got a serious injection of creativity up front.

There was no shortage of frivolity, but it did not immediately deliver pure efficiency. Due to chances leaking, the final knockout didn’t come in the second half.

For example, Ansu Fati was quietly manipulating the large rectangle of Dynamo Kiev. While he could also pass the ball to some of his teammates who were waiting in front of an empty goal.

Barcelona shivered in the last stage with a few free kicks, but calmly controlled the match until the final whistle. He is very fast with Dynamo and at the moment he reaches the point of Benfica, second in Group E.

  1. The end 8 pm 36. The end: 1-0! Barcelona still shivered from some free kicks, but they dominated the match until the final whistle. He is very fast with Dynamo and at the moment he reaches the point of Benfica, the second in Group E..
  2. The second half, the 93rd minute, the game is over
  3. Yellow card for Barcelona’s Franck de Jong during the second half, 90th minute
  4. The second half, the 85th minute. Substitution in Dynamo Kiev, Eric Ramirez inside, and Vitaly Boyalsky out.
  5. The second half, the 85th minute. Substitution in Dynamo Kiev, Oleksandr Karavaev entered, and Viktor Tsihankov entered.
  6. The second half, the 84th minute. A new free kick makes Barcelona tremble again. The ball is not falling well for Dinamo at the moment, but Barcelona still have to build in a buffer zone. .
  7. Second half, minute 78. Substitution in Dynamo Kiev, Oleksandr Timchik inside, and Thomas Kidziora outside.
  8. Second half, 78th minute.
  9. The second half, the 78th minute. It seems that Barcelona controlled the match again. It clicks really well and slides forward like that. The audience disagrees with this moderate strategy and treats them with some whistling. Can Barcelona remain dangerous? .
  10. The second half, the 76th minute. Aguero to the rescue. Sergio Aguero may break Barcelona’s spell. In the last minutes, Dynamo Kiev plays more and more football. Can the Argentine striker deal a knockout blow to Kiev? .
  11. Second half, minute 75. Substitution in Barcelona, ​​Sergio Aguero inside, Memphis Depay
  12. The second half, minute 73. Kaley Koeman? Barcelona did not make it easy for themselves. Due to missed opportunities, there must now be very vigilant defenses. This causes some errors in dangerous places about 16 meters. Ronald Koeman pulls some hair out of his head from the nerves at each stage of stabilization. .
  13. The second half, the 70th minute. Barcelona is also changing. Pablo Jaffe was kicked out to loud applause. Barcelona fans favorite gives his replacement Sergi Roberto a helping hand. .
  14. Second half, 69th minute. Substitution in Barcelona, ​​Sergi Roberto inside, Pablo Jaffe out
  15. Second half, 63rd minute. Change of guard. Dynamo Kiev screaming for change. coach & nbsp; & nbsp; Mircea Lucescu thinks so, too. He leaves De Pena and Soupriacha sitting next to him on the sofa. Venshaw and Garmash might try to turn things around again. .
  16. The second half, the 61st minute. Substitutions in Dynamo Kiev, Finho inside, and Carlos de Pena
  17. Second half, minute 61. Substitution in Dynamo Kiev, Denis Garmash inside, Vladislav Supriha outside.
  18. The second half, the 60th minute. The pace of the match decreases significantly. Barcelona is steadily trying to shake Dynamo Kiev to sleep. At the moment, he worked like this: the Ukrainian team did not have the opportunity to play together in the second half. .
  19. Second half, 58th minute.
  20. Second half, 55th minute. Fati wants to do it well. This is where Buchan, the goalkeeper of Dinamo Kiev, pulls off well. Under pressure from the impulsive Ansu Fati, he handed the ball to Depay. The Dutchman immediately plays the ball to Fati, but for a moment imagines himself in the circus. Instead of just throwing or kicking the ball, he starts juggling. He gets himself in trouble and then decides – with a half-bike kick – next to the goal. .
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