The Brazilian’s goal also means Barcelona set a new record in the competition. The club now have more unique goalscorers than any other club in the competition.
78 - #Rafinha is the 78th different player to score a Champions League goal for Barcelona - more unique goalscorers than any other club in the competition. Collective.#BarcaInter pic.twitter.com/xZxJMsxRzH— OptaPaolo (@OptaPaolo) October 24, 2018
Rafinha was a bit of a surprise inclusion in the starting XI, as the man chosen to replace Lionel Messi. However, he made the difference between the two sides at the Camp Nou, before Jordi Alba sealed the win late on with Barcelona’s second.
It’s an important win for Barcelona, who move three points clear at the top of Group B and are now red-hot favourites to go through as group winners.