For yet another game, Barcelona showed their inability to threaten the opposition in a match away from the Camp Nou.

Against Napoli, they completed as many as 818 passes but had just one shot on target, an effort which ended up into the back of the net.

In the first 45 minutes, Barcelona struggled to create chances up top and they went behind after Dries Mertens' goal.

The game resembled their 0-0 draw at Borussia Dortmund, where they also had just one shot on target while registering 671 passes.

Against Slavia Prague, Barcelona completed almost the same number of passes (525) as the Czech side (481), but they had seven shots on target.

In Italy against Inter, the Catalan side grabbed a well-deserved 2-1 win without many of their key starters.

The Blaugrana completed 712 passes and registered five shots on target, two of which turned into goals through Ansu Fati and Carles Perez.

Quique Setien has lots of work to do to make Barcelona convert their domination on the pitch into goals, despite being short-handed in terms of healthy forwards.

Sezione: Primer equipo / Data: Jue 27 Febrero 2020 a las 00:01 / Fuente: Marca
Autore: Stefano Bentivogli
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