Inter Milan 1-2 Barça: Veni, vidi, vici! | FC Barcelona
Barça had already done their homework, and with a last sixteen berth already assured in the Champions League, they only had pride to play for in the sixth and final game in their group. But the pride that comes with wearing the blaugrana shirt is a very special kind of pride, and Barça went on regardless to seal their first ever win away to the Italians giants who have won this trophy three times in the past.
Ansu Fati, youngest goalscorer in Champions League history | FC Barcelona
Ansu Fati is still breaking records and another one dropped tonight. With his goal against Inter Milan, just a minute after coming on as a substitute for another first-time UCL goalscorer Carles Pérez, the Guinea-Bissau born sensation of just 17 years and 40 days became the youngest goalscorer in the entire history of Europe’s premier club competition.
Ansu Fati and Carles Pérez: Generation Z | FC Barcelona
Adversity has created opportunity for FC Barcelona so far this season. Leo Messi, Luis Suárez and Ousmane Dembele’s injuries in the summer were cause for concern for most Barça fans, but those at La Masia were confident that there were talents available to cover in their absence.
All you need to know about Ansu Fati | FC Barcelona
Anssumane Fati (31 October 2002) was born in Bissau, the capital of Guinea Bissau. The striker moved to Seville at the age of six where he began in the youth team set up at Sevilla. In 2012, at the age of 10, he joined the FC Barcelona youth teams before making his debut with the first team in the 2019/20 season.
A night of firsts in Milan | FC Barcelona
Barça visited Inter Milan safe in the knowledge that they already had first place in the group and their place in the last 16 of the Champions League guaranteed. Ernesto Valverde rotated his squad as a result and in the 2-1 win over the Italians goalkeeper Neto enjoyed his first ever official game in a blaugrana shirt whilst striker Carles Pérez made his debut in the competition.
Four potential opponents confirmed | FC Barcelona
With the Champions League drawing to a close this week, following Tuesday’s games we already know for sure who four of Barça’s potential last sixteen opponents could be. As Group F winners, the blaugrana know that they will be matched against one of the second-placed clubs in Monday’s draw, and that they cannot play Borussia Dortmund (as they played them already) or any teams from La Liga.
Barcelona midfielder Carles Alena joining Real Betis on loan | Football Espana
Barcelona midfielder Carles Alena will join Real Betis on a loan deal until the end of the season, say El Mundo Deportivo. It had been thought that the Spaniard would join Getafe in a similar arrangement, following a report in Diario AS last week.
Maldini wants Barça defender Jean-Clair Todibo at AC Milan | Sport
Paolo Maldini, AC Milan’s sporting director, wants to bring Barcelona defender Jean-Clair Todibo to the Italian club. Newspaper ‘Gazzetta dello Sport’ confirmed Maldini’s interest in the centre-back, as had been first revealed by Diario SPORT earlier this week.
Carlos Vela has Barcelona offer in January window - LA Galaxy’s Dos Santos | ESPN
Carlos Vela has an offer to join Barcelona in the January transfer window, Los Angeles Galaxy midfielder Jonathan Dos Santos has claimed. Vela, a forward with Los Angeles FC, was a Barcelona target a year ago but the La Liga champions opted to sign Kevin Prince-Boateng instead.
Banco BMG named new FC Barcelona partner in Brazil | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona and Banco BMG have signed a new sponsorship deal whereby the latter, one of the leading banks in Brazil, becomes a regional partner of the club in the Brazilian market for three seasons, through to 30 June 2022. The deal makes Banco BMG Barça’s new partner in the Americas, a region managed directly from the club’s office in New York.
Barça Legends to play mini-tournament in Sao Paulo on December 15 | FC Barcelona
On Sunday, 15 December, the Barça Legends will take part in a four-way tournament in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Albert Chapi Ferrer’s side will play Werder Bremen in the semifinals at 2pm local time (6pm CET), in a game that will be followed by a match between Bayern Munich and Sao Paulo. At 4pm the third place playoff will take place, with the final kicking off at 5pm (9pm CET).