OLOT 1-1 BAR: Auba’s Performance Suggests Why Barcelona Might Not Need To Sign Lewandowski

 

Barcelona started its first preseason game against Olot on a strong note after taking a strong lead through Aubameyang, but the game ended in a 1-1 draw.

 

Note that Barcelona players were impressive, but they couldn’t take their chances.

 

Photo: Olot VS Barcelona || Twitter

However, the highlights of the game were Xavi’s decision to make 11 changes, the debut of the new players, Ansu Fati’s captaincy,

 

and the impact of the youngsters on the pitch, but this article will focus on why Aubameyang’s performance suggests why Barcelona might not need to sign Robert Lewandowski. Take a look!

Photo: Olot VS Barcelona || Twitter

1. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Showed That He Can Guarantee Goals.

Photo: Olot VS Barcelona || Twitter

Against Olot, the Gabonese Striker was clinical in the final third and could easily have gotten a first-half hat trick.

 

Note that his goal was a half chance, but the striker took his.

 

Also, one of his headers hit the crossbar, while Olot’s goalkeeper made another impressive save to deny Aubameyang.

Photo: Olot VS Barcelona || Twitter

On the other hand, Aubameyang also showed great positioning and linked up with his teammates very well.

 

Hence, the former Arsenal striker showed that he could lead Xavi’s attack next season.

 

Furthermore, his overall performance also suggests that Barcelona might not need to sign Robert Lewandowski because he can also score them.

Photo: Olot VS Barcelona || Twitter

 

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