Barcelona hit by twofold damage blow in front of Champions League standoff with Chelsea

Champions League 2018

Barcelona endured twofold damage unnerve in front of their up and coming Champions League second leg tie against Chelsea and there’s awful news for one key player.

Following the 1-1 goal draw at Stamford Bridge in the main leg, the Catalan giants were back in real life only three days after the fact as they invited Girona to the Camp Nou in an essential amusement in their endeavors to recover the La Liga title from Real Madrid.

The hosts endured a bad dream begin to the diversion as they were one down after just three minutes as Portu took full favorable position of an uncommon slip-up from Samuel Umtiti to locate the back of the net with a fresh complete from a somewhat intense edge.

In any case, that objective just served to shake Barcelona without hesitation and they were level minutes after the fact as Lionel Messi teed up Luis Suarez for the equalizer and it was parts switched on the half hour stamp as the Argentine gave the home side the lead.

More objectives “including Suarez getting his cap trap and a ponder strike from ex-Liverpool midfielder Philippe Coutinho” followed in the second half as Barcelona traveled to a 6-1 triumph, however there were a few negative focuses about the show.

Gerard Pique, who was playing in spite of substantial tying on his knee, went down in the second half and appeared to be in Real Madrid agony. In the wake of getting treatment the Spaniard endeavored to go ahead yet inevitably must be supplanted by previous Arsenal safeguard Thomas Vermaelen.

Towards the finish of the diversion, ideal back Nelson Semedo “who missed the amusement at Stamford Bridge through suspension” pulled up while pursuing the ball with what had all the earmarks of being hamstring damage and that was affirmed by means of the club’s authentic site on Monday.

An announcement read: “The Club’s Medical Services office has affirmed that first cooperative person Nelson Semedo has endured damage to one side hamstring.”