Player Ratings: FC Barcelona Femeni 6-0 Valencia Femenino

Barcelona Femeni celebrate scoring a goal
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When the final whistle blew at the Estadi Johan Cruyff, it wasn’t just a win; it was a statement. FC Barcelona Femeni delivered a stunning performance, beating Valencia Femenino 6-0 in a game that promised excitement and delivered exactly that. From own goals to breathtaking strikes, this clash had it all. Let’s delve into the player ratings and how the team fared in this remarkable encounter.

Sandra Panos: 7

Sandra Panos started in goal. Although she had little to do, she made a crucial save from inside the box, ensuring Barcelona’s clean sheet remained intact. It was indeed a quiet day for her, but she had a reliable presence nonetheless.

Marta Torrejon: 8.5

Marta Torrejon, the veteran right-back, showcased her versatility and attacking prowess in this game. She notched up an impressive 8.5 rating, thanks to her goal, a key pass, and some pinpoint-accurate long balls. Torrejon also shone defensively, winning aerial duels and coming close to hitting the woodwork.

Irene Paredes: 7.5

Irene Paredes, the defensive mainstay, exhibited her reliability yet again. With four clearances and two blocked shots, she provided a solid cover at the back. Paredes also showed her prowess in ground duels, making her presence felt in the defensive third.

Jana Fernandez: 6.5

Jana Fernandez, stepping in for Mapi Leon, didn’t have much to do during her time on the pitch. Her performance was steady, as she didn’t have much to do.

Ona Batlle: 8

Ona Batlle, playing from the left-back position, seamlessly adapted to her role. She contributed with two key passes, accurate long balls, and a decent ground duel success rate. Ona Batlle’s ability to contribute defensively and offensively was vital for the team.

Aitana Bonmati: 9

Aitana Bonmati, the midfield maestro, was undoubtedly the standout player of the match. She dictated the game from the middle of the pitch, scoring a goal, providing an assist, and creating four key opportunities. Bonmati’s influence on the attack was undeniable.

Patri Guijarro: 8

Patri Guijarro, who played in the central defensive midfield position, displayed her ability to cover both defense and midfield effectively. Her 115 touches and 91/100 accurate passes showcased her control of the game. Winning ground duels and executing long balls, Guijarro was a crucial presence on the field.

Mariona Caldentey: 7

Mariona Caldentey contributed to the midfield’s dynamism, pushing the ball forward and attempting shots on target. Despite her efforts, she lost possession more times than desired, a minor blemish on an otherwise solid performance.

Caroline Graham Hansen: 8

Caroline Graham Hansen, who played on the right wing, made a significant impact. She provided an assist, struck the woodwork, and created a big chance for her team. Her key passes and crosses were vital in Barcelona’s attacking plays.

Alexia Putellas: 8.5

Alexia Putellas, deployed as the number 9, continued her resurgence. She calmly converted her penalty and actively contributed to the team’s attack. With one goal, four shots on target, successful dribbles, and key passes, Putellas showcased her all-around skills.

Esmee Brugt: 6.5

Esmee Brugt played as the left-wing forward, not heavily involved in the action but gradually finding her rhythm.


Mapi Leon: 7.5

Coming on in the 59th minute, Mapi Leon had an impact, scoring a goal and creating a big chance.

Ingrid Syrstad Engen: 6.5

Substituting Patricia Guijarro, Engen covered her position effectively and maintained the team’s balance.

Claudia Pina: 7

Claudia Pina played a solid role during her time on the pitch, although she was not heavily involved in the action.

Asisat Oshoala: Not Rated

Introduced late in the game, Asisat Oshoala had limited involvement.

Bruna Vilamala: 5

Bruna Vilamala was brought in late and had little to do. However, the youngster scored a goal that was ruled out for offside.

FC Barcelona Femeni delivered a dominant performance against Valencia Femenino, with standout performances from Aitana Bonmati and Marta Torrejon. The team’s cohesion and individual brilliance were on full display, leaving fans excited for what lies ahead in the season. Stay tuned for more updates from the world of FC Barcelona Femeni.

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