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Back in business. A 4-0 win at Slavia Prague, and the first three points in the UEFA Youth League, with Barça on fire, especially after the break, at the Horni Pocernice.
They had the possession and they had the chances, and also had all the ideas, and that was despite the game being amidst a thick cape of fog, and had it not been for some fine saves from home keeper Markovic, they would have been well ahead by the interval.
The deadlock was finally run when Florida born Konrad de la Fuente went on a storming run and capped it by finding the net. Nils Mortimer and Jaume Jardí quickly followed suit, both goals finishing off tremendous series of passes started by the goalkeeper, and within the first quarter of an hour of the second half, Barça were now three goals up.
Slavia’s heads drops, and Konrad was able to round off the day with a fourth goal to ensure that the Barça U19s are now second in Group F, goal difference meaning they lead a three-way tie on three points with Slavia and Dortmund, with Inter top with nine points out of nine.
Slavia Prague: Markovic, Doudêra, Matys, Zinhasovič, Kosek, Červ, Křišťan, Vanêk (Langhamer, min. 65), Silva (Janoušek, min. 65), Zeronik (Alijagić, min. 78) & Toula (Kneifel, min. 78)
FC Barcelona: Arnau Tenas, Rosanas (Altimira, min. 76), Xavier Mbuyamba, Mika, Balde (Igor, min. 67), Álvaro Sanz (Álex Rico, min. 67), Jaume Jardí (Barry, min. 67), Antonio Jesús, Nils, Nico & Konrad (Puig, min. 81)
Goals: 0-1, Konrad (min. 47); 0-2, Nils Mortimer (min. 51); 0-3, Jaume Jardí (min. 60); 0-4, Konrad (min. 74)
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