A win in Spain without looking shaky when they had it all to do. Very competent.
Thought we made some very selfish decisions in the final third (which were mostly ruled offside later on) and that yellow on Pellistri is one of the worst refereeing decisions I've seen this season. Hopefully refs won't be biased against him as they were with James, who was often booked for simulation when fouled, but this yellow was another universe altogether.
Good to get the win and clean sheet even though we made all those changes as the game wore on. And seeing Pellistri positionally disciplined too, he's certainly more refreshing going forward.