Barcelona signed off from the Champions League with a win in opposition to Viktoria Pizen as they now put together to embark on a Europa League adventure as a substitute.
Barcelona dominated possession but had fewer shots, and photographs on concentrate on, than their opponents, but they have been in medical mood in entrance of goal.
Barça realized they were being unable to catch Bayern Munich and Inter in the group’s leading two locations prior to kick-off in Czech Republic, and that Plzen also could not leapfrog them into third.
It took only 6 minutes for Marcos Alonso to fireplace the people into an early lead, poking the ball in from really a great deal on the intention-line after Ansu Fati’s shot was saved.
Ferran Torres was responsible for doubling the lead correct right before fifty percent-time. But not right before a flurry of Plzen probabilities, including Tomas Chory hitting the crossbar and putting the strain. It meant that Torres offered some welcome aid for Barça and struck a bitter blow to the hosts.
It was a splendid fifty percent volley, while there was a wait around for VAR to evaluate issues after a opportunity offside was flagged up and the objective was at some point allowed to stand.
Plzen slice the deficit straight immediately after 50 percent-time when Chory transformed from the penalty place. The Czech striker had received it himself right after currently being tripped by Pablo Torre.
However, no faster had the direct been lower when it was restored to two goals after extra. It was Torres all over again with his second of the match soon after exchanging passes with Raphinha.
Plzen ongoing to make a recreation of it when Chory pulled it back to 3-2 with practically fifty percent an hour remaining on the clock, before teen Torre designed up for earlier conceding the penalty by notching a single at the other end to pull Barcelona out of access for the ultimate time.
GK: Jindrich Stanek (6) RB: Libor Holik (6), CB: Lukas Hejda (5), CB: Ludek Pernica (5), LB: Vaclav Jemelka (6) CM: Modou N’Diaye (6), CM: Lukas Kalvach (6) RM: Erik Jirka (7), AM: Adam Vlkanova (7), LM: Vaclav Pilar (6) ST: Tomas Chory (9)
Subs: Pavel Bucha (6), Milan Havel (6), Fortune Bassey (6), Ales Cermak (6), Adam Kronus (N/A)
GK: Inaki Pena (8) RB: Hector Bellerin (7), CB: Gerard Pique (8), CB: Marcos Alonso (9), LB: Jordi Alba (8) CM: Gavi (8), CM: Franck Kessie (7), CM: Pablo Torre (7) RW: Raphinha (9), ST: Ferran Torres (9), LW: Ansu Fati (7)
Sub: Alejandro Balde (6), Marc Cusado (6), Ousmane Dembele (6), Alvaro Sanz (6)