He started the move so a very simple tap-in doesn't give him the full credit. He makes some smart moves and falls in deeper positions moving the opposition center backs out of position. His movement is actually very very smart for such a young player. His off the ball movement seems very mature which helps the team a lot.Only watched the game in parts but I think this Joao Felix hype is going a bit too far. Apart from a very simple tap-in he didn’t do much. According to WhoScored he touched the ball a total of 26 times, had 9 completed passes and 0 dribbles. He has shown touches of brilliance in Atleti’s first two games but hold your horses a little bit.
Too early to say where it will go, but I think he has a chance to make it at Real; I'd have serious doubts about Werner in that regard.Bit too selfish and slow reactions, hopefully the second is down to fitness, but he's looked quality
No real preseason, just a marketing tour. Followed by injuries to the entire frontline (Messi, Suarez, Dembélé). New players bedding in (De Jong, Griezmann). On top of that Barca traditionally struggle in Basque country which were their first 2 away games. And even then it was close (Pique gave away a stupid penalty and Aduriz scored the goal of his life with his first touch as substitute).Barcelona haven't had a good start to the season have they?
I still don't understand why they're wasting another season on Valverde