Dembele matches Messi as Barcelona fans thank ‘Luuk de Goat’ for Levante win

Ousmane Dembele meets Lionel Messi as Barcelona fans hail 'Luc de Gut' for last-gasp win over Levante

Barcelona duo Ousmane Dembele and Luke de Jong made their place in the headlines on Sunday night.

Xavi Hernandez’s forces were, of course, a sign that they were back in action a short time ago.

Amid an impressive period of modernity, the Blaugrana made a trip to the Ciutat de Valencia, hoping to score seven La Liga victories against Levante.

And when all was said and done, coming up with the latest three is exactly what the visitors were able to achieve.

However, this came only because of the injury-time winner in the final moments, on the back of a pulsating 90 minutes featuring five goals, three penalty kicks and a host of other great opportunities.

Barcelona’s first goal was Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who led Xavi and his companions. The level was up an hour later, before Pedri continued his superb individual spell in front of goal to turn the showdown on its head just minutes later.

After Levante equalized with a penalty in the final 10 minutes of the match, it looked as if the Blaugrana would have to settle for a share of the spoils.

But, the hour comes, the man comes …

As proceedings continued into overtime, chief Luc de Jong greeted a delicious leather rendition of Jordi Alba from the left, who did no wrong in nodding a picture-perfect head to the house nearby, sparking jubilant celebrations among the people. Visiting players and fans alike:

Championship De Jong & Dembele

At the back of the event coming to a close at Estadi Ciutat, it should come as no surprise to hear that man de Jong, who was seen as a joke in Catalonia, took his place front and center in the post-match chatter.

The social media reactions among Barcelona fans have proven to be worth watching, with De Jong’s new nickname back in the spotlight in a big way:

Elsewhere, joining Barcelona’s loaned killer in the headlines was winger Ousmane Dembele.

France international Dembele, before his contract at the Camp Nou expired in the summer, has of course enjoyed a notable comeback of late.

And these efforts continued on Sunday evening, as the former Borussia Dortmund player, in the process of shooting Aubameyang’s goal in the second half, joined his teammate, Lionel Messi, as the most productive pass provider across the top 5 leagues in Europe since the end of the league. the year:

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