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Aguero Finally Makes Debut As Barca Win Big

Sergio Aguero at long last made his presentation for FC Barcelona, who energized from behind to overcome Valencia 3-1 at the Camp Nou on Sunday evening.


Result: FC Barcelona 3-1 Valencia

Date: 17 October 2021

Setting: Camp Nou

Anssumane Fati began for the hosts close by reviews for Sergi Roberto, Jordi Alba and Eric Garcia while Aguero recuperated from injury to come to the seat interestingly.

Valencia had a fantasy start after Jose Gaya terminated them ahead in the fifth moment with a breaking low strike from the edge of the crate that took an awful avoidance.

The hosts weren't behind for a really long time as Fati evened out issues for Ronald Koeman's charges in the thirteenth moment with a twisting strike into the base corner subsequent to trading passes with Memphis Depay.

Fati was having a greater effect after he won a punishment for Barcelona not long before the half-time break, which permitted Depay to fire home and complete the turnaround for Koeman's men.

Barca were strong right off the bat in the subsequent refrain yet Los Che verged on evening out issues a little ways from the half-time break with a low strike from right fresh that fell off within the post and away from objective.

With the game losing it's edge after the hour-imprint and Jose Bordalas' men unfit to separate Barcelona, Koeman rolled out a twofold improvement as of now, as Nico supplanted Gavi and Oscar Mingueza supplanted Roberto.

Los Che committied numbers going ahead looking for an equalizer with time runnning out, however they were rebuffed on a counter-assault as Philippe Couttinho polished off a cross by Sergino Dest to make it 3-1 for the Catalan goliaths.

With the nerves settled, Koeman ultimately gave Aguero his introduction off the seat as of now instead of Dest however he could scarcely contact the ball, as Barca fixed the success to climb to seventh on the log.


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