BARCELONA, Spain — With Lionel Messi in best structure, Barcelona looks prepared to eradicate its Champions League dissatisfactions.
Messi ensured Barcelona supported up continuous successes over Real Madrid by scoring one objective and setting up another to help beat the transfer undermined Rayo Vallecano 3-1 and keep up its agreeable lead of the Spanish group on Saturday.
That implies Barcelona will have French side Lyon in the Champions League on Wednesday in the wake of having stepped toward verifying a household twofold in the course of recent weeks.
Barcelona will require a success over Lyon to progress in the wake of being held to 0-0 in the opening leg of their round-of-16 tie.
Barcelona wiped out Madrid from the Copa del Rey elimination rounds and pounded its savage opponent’s most obvious opportunity to get back in the Liga title battle with two successes at the Santiago Bernabeu a week ago.
Be that as it may, as Messi said toward the beginning, that his group’s No. 1 objective is to win another European title. Barcelona hasn’t moved beyond the Champions League quarterfinals since its last title in 2015, and it has been holding up the entire year to compensate for a staggering 3-0 misfortune at Roma last season.