Samuel Umtiti cuajó a big party in the Osasuna-Barça, where was to title

Partidazo supliendo To mascherano

Samuel Umtiti showed to be the complement perfect of Hammered

Published:10/12/2016 - 18:19h

Updated:10/12/2016 - 20:56h

One of the surprises of Luis Enrique in front of Osasuna was the presence of Samuel Umtiti in the eleven in place of Javier Mascherano. The central Frenchman cuajó another partidazo with the Barcelona T-shirt, showing solid and contributing a lot in attack

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All expected to Javier Mascherano like titling in the centre of the saga of the Barça to exception of FCBN and of Luis Enrique, that decided to give him rest in front of Osasuna. They were a lot the minutes that carried played the one of Saint Lorenzo that it did not contest any minute. As his place was very covered by Samuel Umtiti that follows erigiéndose like a central infranqueable.

It showed it in a first time memorable, in which it interpreted better that anybody the Barcelona game and appeared even in zone of attack to help to his and generate superiorities. colaba By the left side, helping to Andrés Iniesta and to Jordi Alba in the task to break the defence numantina of the venues.

In the second time had more work. It failed in the first that had Sergio León, leaving him escape although hunting it in the frontal. The Andalusian, emboscado, took out a vaselina that was about to to surprise to Ter Stegen. But from here the Frenchman went back to rallar of ten in the duel.

It did not go back to leave receive to the comfortable forward in field culé, was very fast to the cut in front of Oriol Laughed first, and Kenan Kodro afterwards, and delivered with Gerard Hammered the expeditions to rival area. The two went back to show a big tuning, balancing and complementing of exceptional form. There is defence for while in Can Barça. 

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