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Robert Lewandowski scores first Barcelona goals in big win

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Robert Lewandowski scored a brace in the game. Hence, as Barcelona beat Real Sociedad 4-1 to win. A victory against Real Sociedad on Sunday. That is, their first victory of the current LaLiga season. The Spanish Pemier League Laliga, one of the famous Premier leagues sponsored by the Santander Bank.

Spanish teenager sensation Ansu Fati. The footballer, who is struggling to heal from a string of knee surgeries. That is, over the past two years. He was substituted during the second period. Furthermore, became the star of the match through two assist and an assist.

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The Poland striker who was celebrating his birthday on the day. Thus, scored in the opening minute of the match. Hence, shooting a shot following a fantastic passing move by Alejandro Balde inside the penalty area.

However, Alexander Isak equalised five minutes after the restart, latching onto a cross by David Silva.

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Barca had a difficult time breaking the deadlock, but coach Xavi Hernandez brought on Raphinha along with Fati at the end of 64th minutes. Both being crucial to the success of Barca.

In the first place, Fati assisted Ousmane Dembele by delivering a fantastic heel pass following a superb individual effort from Raphinha.

Than Fati finished a beautiful group effort to aid Robert Lewandowski to third.

Robert Lewandowski returned the favour within 10 minutes, allowing the 19 year old Fati for Barca to get their fourth goal and complete the points.

“It was a tough match, as it is always whenever you’re to this stadium,” Xavi said after the game. “We are more patient and, as at the end of the game, and we’re more efficient. We were not as patient at the beginning of the game. The break was a time to talk about how we could attack the space better and that’s the thing we had to do. We should have won. It’s a very good outcome for us. We did well in moments.”

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It was reported that the Barcelona coach also discussed the tactical changes he implemented that had such a significant impact on the outcome of the game.

“It depends on the match and the way the opponents play and the risk level required, on a myriad of things,” Xavi said. “Today we made some attacking changes and brought on Raphinha and Ansu to replace Balde and Ferran Torres.

“We were playing with six or more forwards. It’s all about the risks and how many for you to risk.”

Fati has suffered from injuries since breaking onto the scene at Barcelona at 16 years old, when he became the 2nd-youngest player in LaLiga history. He came through the youth program in LaLiga’s Catalan club.

His rapid rise to prominence made him one of the intriguing young talents around the globe. He became one of the youngest players to play at the Champions League as well as the youngest to score in Spain.

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