Another win for Barcelona in La Liga, with Robert Lewandowski scoring once more. The Polish striker scored a goal in a 3–0 home win over Sevilla.
With this, Lewandowski scored five goals in his first four matches in La Liga.
The two have the record of scoring five goals in the first four games in La Liga in the 21st century.
Cristiano Ronaldo achieved this feat in Real Madrid’s jersey in 2009, and two years later, former Atletico Madrid striker Radamel Falcao achieved the same feat.
According to Barcelona coach Javi Hernandez, Lewandowski in such rhythm is a great help to his teammates on the pitch, “He is a very good player. It always becomes a solution for the rest of the team.’
Three goals scored for Barcelona in the match at Sevilla’s Ramon Sánchez-Pijuan Stadium – Lewandowski along with Rafinha and Eric Garcia. However, midfielder Gavi received most of the coach’s praise after the game.
According to Xavi, Gavi was the team’s best performer in Sevilla’s field, ‘We didn’t expect Sevilla to attack in a 4–4–2 formation. But Sergio, Pedri and Gavi have done very well. worked very hard However, I was not surprised by the level of Gavi’s dedication. I see him working hard in practice every day. Not being unfair to others, but Gavi probably played the best game of the match.’
After 4 matches, Barcelona is second in the La Liga points table with 10 points, the current champion Real Madrid is on top with 12 points.
Barcelona will play their next match in the Champions League. Their opponents at the Camp Nou on Wednesday night are Czech Republic club Viktoria Plzen.