Lewando scores the first goal for Barcelona

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Lewando scores the first goal for Barcelona.

Barcelona won the Gamper Trophy for the 45th time after dominating the whole contest at Camp Nou. Robert Lewando,

a recent addition to the team, scored his first goal.
In a 6-0 thrashing of Mexican team Pumas in the Joan Gamper Trophy preseason match on Sunday,

Robert Lewando scored his first goal for Barcelona.

The Polish international,

who joined from Bayern Munich in the summer, scored in the first three minutes of his Camp Nou debut from a rather tight angle.

After an effort from Ousmane Dembele,

in the fifth and 19th minutes, Pedri added the second and fourth goals.

In the second half,

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Frenkie de Jong finished off the onslaught.

Lewandowski also contributed significantly to Pedri’s second goal by setting up the midfielder with a brilliant pass.

On Saturday,

Barcelona will host Rayo Vallecano to open the La Liga season.
First Barcelona goal by Robert Lewando leads to a thumping of the Pumas.
On Sunday,

star forward Robert Lewandowski gave his new team,

FC Barcelona, his first-ever goal. At the Camp Nou,

the Catalan team thrashed the Pumas team of Mexico 6-0 in the Joan Gamper Trophy preseason game. After three minutes,

Lewando scored the game’s first goal and then gave Pedri two assists.

In Sunday’s Joan Gamper Trophy preseason match,

Barcelona defeated Mexican team Pumas 6-0, with Robert Lewando scoring his first goal for the club.


The Polish international, who left Bayern Munich in the summer,

scored on his Camp Nou debut after three minutes from a rather tight angle.
In the second half,

Frenkie de Jong and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang finished off the carnage.
Lewandowski also contributed significantly to Pedri’s second goal by setting up the midfielder with a brilliant pass.
On Saturday,

Barcelona will host Rayo Vallecano to open the La Liga season.

Lewando

In order to compete for the 2022 Joan Gamper Trophy,

Barcelona came home. The Blaugranas were unforgiving with the Mexican team,

and of course,

social media was flooded with amusing memes in response to the result.
Camp Nou activity resumed with a strong performance from the home team. Here are the best memes and reactions to the encounter between Barcelona and Pumas UNAM,

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who came to play for the 2022 Joan Gamper Trophy. The Spanish club showed no mercy against the Mexican team.

As for Pumas UNAM,

they entered the game as the underdogs. Dani Alves was similarly welcomed with open arms upon his return to Barcelona,

this time wearing the colours of the Mexican national team. The Blaugranas turned it into a massive celebration, but the guests did not have as much fun.

Barcelona is prepared for the new campaign to begin. That understates the case.

Given that the team still needs to register its new acquisitions, at least in terms of football. but take a seat. It might be a sizable one.

Lewando

In the Joan Gamper Trophy, the team led by Pedri and Robert Lewandowski ran riot against the helpless Pumas after being introduced to the crowd.

The Polish attacker scored the game’s first goal after receiving a pass from the new No. 8, rounding the goalkeeper, and squeezing home from a tight angle.

When it was Lewandowski’s turn to repay the favour, he pushed a superb reverse pass into Pedri’s path, and the forward finished with assurance.

Raphinha set up Ousmane Dembele for the third goal, which the Frenchman slammed in at the near post after dazzling and combining with Raphinha.

In the fourth, Lewandowski backheeled in Pedri as Barça played “good crazy” in honour of Dani Alves’s comeback and departure.

Lewando

Jordi Alba, Ansu Fati, Frenkie de Jong, and new signing Franck Kessie were among the several players who were substituted during the second half. Franck Kessie was the most effective player after the interval.

The Ivorian provided the fifth goal, which was scored at the back post from a cross by Kessie by another replacement, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

Auba also nearly scored the sixth goal, hitting the crossbar late.

By this time, Dani Alves had left, receiving a standing ovation as he said farewell to his former team and ushered in the new era.

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