The fifth quarter of the La Liga de España season stopped at the Cornellà-El Prat stadium where Espanyol and Barcelona met in a new derby release.
And as it seemed to the previous one, despite the attractive contemporary local training that divided the differences, Ernesto Valverde was entrusted with the task. And he did it with the support of Lionel Messi.
This is that after opening the scoring with a spectacular goal free kick, the Argentine held the ball between several Espanyol players from Barcelona and ended up helping for the second conquest.
Ousmane Dembélé received a passage from Messi, which is still growing. 26 minutes into the first half was the French end and eventually set a great way to go 2-0.