Barcelona facilitated some tension on missing director Ronald Koeman with an agreeable La Liga triumph over winless Levante at the Nou Camp.
Memphis Depay’s 6th moment punishment gave Barcelona the lead after the Dutch forward was fouled by Nemanja Radoja.
Countryman Luuk de Jong then, at that point, hustled on to Sergino Dest’s pass to score his first objective since joining on a season-long credit from Sevilla.
Substitute Ansu Fati hit the third on his return from a drawn out physical issue.
Barcelona move to fifth in La Liga and are five focuses behind pioneers Real Madrid with a game close by. Genuine were held by Villarreal on Saturday.
The tension had been developing on director Koeman after two successes from five La Liga matches this season had left them well untied of the early pacesetters.
Also, despite the fact that Koeman was missing from the hole on Sunday, having been excused for contradict in Thursday’s goalless draw with Cadiz, his players had little difficulty in stopping a three-game winless disagreement all contests.
Levante neglected to enlist a shot until the 81st moment, while Depay was frustrated by a few decent saves from Aitor Fernandez.
A return and objective for 18-year-old Fati – wearing Lionel Messi’s number 10 shirt on his first appearance since November 2020 in the wake of going through knee medical procedure – finished a fine achievement