Ferran Torres (7/10)
Despite his versatility, it’s no secret that Torres plays his best football on the right wing, and with Raphinha suspended and Ousmane Dembélé injured, the ex-Valencia star got his chance at his preferred position. He made the most of the occasion and got on the score sheet with a fine left-footed strike from the centre of the penalty area. He also assisted Fati’s goal.
Robert Lewandowski (9/10)
Two goals and an assist. The 34-year-old was simply sensational and comfortably the Man of the Match. But considering Barcelona’s dominance on the night and his hunger for goals, he’d be disappointed with not walking away with the match ball in his hands after the full-time whistle.
Ansu Fati (7/10)
No Barcelona player needed to put the ball into the back of the net more than Fati, who doubled the La Liga leader’s lead with an excellent finish. The first league goal since October for the talented forward. His celebration showed just how much that meant to him.