Barça B stormed to 4-1 victory against Alcorcón in a game where Adama stood head and shoulders above the rest with one goal and three assists. Dongou, Kaptoum and Cámara all converted Adama passes to contribute to the team’s first win in four matches.
Right from the start there was the suggestion that Barça were going to get goals in this game and also that Adama would be playing a starring role. Two early runs of his down the right failed to find a converter, while at the other end, Patric produced a fine intervention to deny David Rodríguez. But after 13 minutes, the home side opened the scoring following another dazzling run from Adama, with Dongou firing home the cross with power and determination.
Barça B didn’t stop there. Adama won the ball in his own half and managed to take it all the way into the opposing area before laying up for Kaptoum to score in his first ever game in the Mini. Barça were all over Alcorcon, and Adama was on fire, capping off a tremendous half with a goal of his own to make it 3-0.
Alcorcón managed to pull one back before the break when Máyor headed past Ortolá, and there was still time for Dongou to come frustratingly close to netting his second of the night, but Javi Jiménez produced a fine save.
Alcorcón needed to score more than Barça, and the second half saw constant pressure from the visitors that was held back by some impressively solid defending. Barça B slowly regained control of the match, and sentenced the tie when Adama made yet another of his runs, this time delivering a pass to Cámara, who fired home from an angle to make it 4-1.
It was a fine evening’s football for Barça B, and Eusebio will be looking for more of the same next week against Tenerife at the Heliodoro Rodríguez López.