Barcelona won 3-1 in their first pre-season match of the summer, defeating Nastic de Tarragona at the Estadi Johan Cruyff.
This was the first look at how Ronald Koeman would set his side up and he played two completely different teams, one line-up for the first half and another for the second.
Lionel Messi started in the match, fitting in to a 4-2-3-1 system that saw Sergio Busquets and Carles Alena team up in the defensive midfield positions.
Ousmane Dembele was in the starting line-up too, returning after his long-term hamstring injury, and he scored just five minutes in as he was able to prod the ball through the goalkeeper’s legs.
Antoine Griezmann wasn’t as involved, but he did make it 2-0 by converting a penalty in the 17th minute.
After Javi Bonilla pulled one back for Nastic on the half hour mark, Barcelona restored their two-goal advantage when the alternate line-up took to the field in the second half.
Six minutes after the restart, there was another penalty and this time Philippe Coutinho scored.
Coutinho was good in that second half, while Trincao stood out for positive reasons too and Martin Braithwaite stood out for missing three chances.