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Ferran ‘The Shark’ scores again as Barca sail past Porto 

Barcelona made it two victories from two in this season's Champions League as Ferran Torres' goal sealed the win at Porto.

Barcelona made it two victories from two in this season’s Champions League as Ferran Torres’ goal sealed the win at Porto.


In a thrilling Champions League match, Barcelona emerged victorious, thanks in large part to the performance of their former Manchester City forward. An injury to Robert Lewandowski led to his early substitution, and the standout player, Ferran Torres, secured the win just before halftime. 

Despite Porto’s relentless pursuit of an equalizer in the second half, Barcelona managed to hold on for the victory. The match also saw a record-breaking moment with the youngest player to start a Champions League game, showcasing Barcelona’s promising young talent.

Torres Takes Center Stage

Ferran Torres, the former Manchester City forward, played a pivotal role in Barcelona’s victory. 

Substituted in midway through the first half for the injured Robert Lewandowski, Torres scored the decisive goal just before halftime, capitalizing on an assist from Ilkay Gundogan.

Goalkeeper Heroics

Barcelona’s goalkeeper, Marc-André ter Stegen, played a crucial role in the win by keeping Porto at bay. Ter Stegen made notable saves, including denying Wendell’s strike and parrying Galeno’s curling effort, preserving Barcelona’s lead.

Late Drama and Red Card

Porto made a spirited effort in the second half to secure an equalizer, but Barcelona’s defense held strong. In the dying moments of the game, Barcelona’s Gavi received a red card in the 93rd minute, adding a touch of late drama to the match.

Record-Breaking Youngster

Barcelona’s Lamine Yamal, at just 16 years and 83 days old, made history by becoming the youngest player ever to start a Champions League game. His impressive performance highlights the bright future and emerging talent within the Barcelona squad.


Barcelona’s victory in the Champions League match against Porto was a testament to the team’s resilience and the standout performance of Ferran Torres. 

With goalkeeper Marc-André ter Stegen’s heroics and the historic appearance of Lamine Yamal, the match showcased the depth and promise of Barcelona’s squad.

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