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Clearly, A third pre-season win in a row was a welcome boon for Barcelona, but Ernesto Valverde’s side still seem significantly short of conclusively
And proving that they have addressed a poor end to last season, including a catastrophic Champions League exit and a shock Copa del Rey final defeat.
A last-minute Luis Suarez goal, following up an equaliser provided by a farcical Ainsley Maitland-Niles own-goal
gave the Catalans a comeback win against Arsenal in a high-intensity match at Camp Nou on Sunday.
Twenty-one-year-old reserve winger Carles Perez scored two second-half goals in a preceding 2-0 win against Vissel Kobe
in testing conditions during a mini-tour of Japan that began with a 2-1 defeat against Chelsea.
Lionel Messi has not joined Barca’s US tour after suffering an injury to his right calf on his first day back in training.
With more than a fortnight before the resumption of Serie A, Ancelotti found little to criticise from a showing
in which his side forced as many shots on target as their more decorated opponents, adding that he felt they had shone in every department.
The three-time Champions League winner considered the narrow defeat on a performance par with the pair of impressive previous pre-season matches he oversaw
Napoli play an eye-catching, fluent brand of free-flowing, attacking football. They have a fan in the form of Barca defender Gerard Pique
who has paid Napoli the compliment of declaring them as the Italian side most like his own and praising them as more attractive than Juventus.
In footage that suggests the lionised striker should be ready for the start of the season, Messi has been seen pushing weights
And tiptoeing on turf and testing his damaged muscle in the gym while his teammates trek across the US.
That will be of concern to Valverde as he seeks to improve the cohesion of his side
with the start of their domestic campaign looming and build confidence ahead of their latest tilt at European glory.
They were far from convincing in edging past their Italian opposition at the first time of asking. The Spanish press has been particularly critical of a defence
However, that produced an own-goal from Samuel Umtitiand uncertain performances from the likes of rookie full-back Moussa Wague.