Barcelona vs Dynamo Kyiv: Lionel Messi Scores as Blaugrana Move Closer to Champions League Last-16

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Barcelona have drawn a stage nearer to making sure about a Champions League last-16 spot after a hard-battled 2-1 win over an exhausted Dynamo Kyiv on Wednesday night. Lionel Messi denoted his 150th European appearance for Barca with an objective while Gerard Pique scored the second for the Spanish monsters. Additionally Read - Champions League: Manchester United Trolled on Twitter For Shoddy Defending After 1-2 Defeat Against Istanbul Basaksehir.


Messi was cut down ahead of schedule after the commencement at Camp Nou with Messi changing over the subsequent spot-kick for the third time in the continuous season. Nonetheless, Dynamo tried Barcelona all through the challenge regardless of not having the option to handle best option players because of a Covid flare-up in their camp. Likewise Read - LEP versus PSG Dream11 Team Prediction Champions League 2020-21: Captain, Vice-chief, Fantasy Tips And Predicted XIs For Today's RB Leipzig versus Paris Saint-Germain Group H Match at Red Bull Arena 1.30 AM IST November 5 

Barcelona goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen was the genuine superstar as he created a few fantastic recoveries. His partner Ruslan Neshcheret, on Champions League debut, was likewise the motivation behind why the hosts just figured out how to score twice as he made upwards of 11 recoveries. Likewise Read - BAR versus DYK Dream11 Team Prediction Champions League 2020-21: Captain, Vice-skipper, Fantasy Tips And Probable XIs For Today's Barcelona versus Dynamo Kyiv Football Group G Match at Camp Nou Stadium 1.30 AM IST November 5 Thursday 

Barcelona clutched their one-objective lead and hence finished a third consecutive Group G win. They presently are perched on top of their gathering with nine focuses. 

Provoke conceded Barcelona lost control of the match after the main half, leaving them very apprehensive. 

Barcelona multiplied their restricted 1-0 lead in he second half gratitude to Gerard Pique who scored in the 65th moment before Viktor Tsygankov pulled one back for Dynamo. 

"It worked out positively in the main half. At that point the game disappeared from us, we lost control and we were anxious. They made things hard for us. The best thing was the three focuses," Pique was cited as saying by Goal.com. 

"The club is in a cycle of numerous changes. I think it was vital in light of the fact that our structure was battling. Consistently we were somewhat more awful. We know it is anything but a simple year yet we'll attempt to contend each game. It is typical that we are not top picks in the Champions League after the most recent couple of years. Everything we can accomplish is work. We have youthful players. The outcomes will wind up coming," he added.

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