Barcelona began existence without Lionel Messi by overcoming Real Sociedad 4-2 in their La Liga opener at the Camp Nou on Sunday regardless of whether fans let it be known felt like “a jump into the obscure”. Captain Gerard Pique gave them a nineteenth moment lead with his 50th objective for the club. Martin Braithwaite tracked down the net in first half injury time and in the 59th moment. Sergi Roberto added a fourth as of now of the game. A little more than 20,000 fans were in participation as groups returned interestingly since the pandemic. Be that as it may, they needed to pause their breathing at one phase when Sociedad returned from 3-0 down to get to 3-2 because of objectives from 20-year-old Julen Lobete in the 82nd moment and a 30-meter free-kick from captain Mikel Oyarzabal three minutes after the fact.
Messi’s memory waited weighty over the Camp Nou on Sunday regardless of the evacuation of a monster photo of the Argentine whiz from the passage in the wake of his transition to France.
A few standards were set up well before start off venting the fans outrage towards president Joan Laporta.
One read “Laporta, Barca isn’t your business”, while another declared “Barca indeed, Laporta no!”
Inside the Camp Nou, fans benefited as much as possible from their return following year and a half, reciting “Messi! Messi!”.
Standards communicated their “everlasting appreciation”.
“The allies are with us, they need to see football,” said Pique.
“We realized they planned to respond that way. We as a whole know what Leo addresses, yet everything changes and we need to continue onward.