Catalan giants Barcelona have had a rough time the past two months after their star player Argentina's Lionel Messi left.They were dropped to nineth on the La Liga table and bottom in their champions league group stage.However,their journey back to the top began yesterday in their 3 goal win against arch rivals Valencia.Barcelona looked rejuvenated as their new number ten,Ansu Fati put them level before half time with a goal of the season contender.Fati again provided a beautiful assist to new signing Mephis Deepay who scored to make it two.Brazilian forward Phillipe Coutinho scored the final goal to lift Barcelona to number 7 on the table.Fomer Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero also made his debut for the Catalan giants.They now have five strikers in fine form,giving them hope of more goals and wins to come.Barcelona will be hoping to continue with this impressive form on Tuesday in the champions league so as to avoid being eliminated.
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