The blaugranas run riot over Deportivo Alaves on Saturday in a must win la liga fixture. The Camp Nou had been electrified in such manner in a long time, nonetheless Barcelona fans were seen smiling again after they completed a comfortable win against Alaves.
The catalans took the lead early in the 29th minutes via Francisco Trincao. The lead was doubled few minutes before the first half by club's talisman, Lionel Messi. Second half goals from Trincao, Messi and Junior Firpo ensured the three points were salvaged. The major talking point of the game was the performance of young Barcelona debutant Ilaix Moriba.
The young midfielder was largely impressive against Alaves assisting Francisco Trincao's first goal. However, a howler from Moriba saw Alaves pull one back which was the only palpable blemish on his debut. The young midfielder penned a heartwarming message on his official page to express his enthusiasm after making a full debut. The message was met with some consoling comments from Barcelona fans.
Barcelona currently lie second on the league log, 8 points below league leaders Athletico Madrid. Koeman and his boys anticipate a high finish following Saturday's scintillating performance.
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