Are Ansu Fati and Ferran Torres key to Barcelona's success at Old Trafford?

The 2:2 home draw, while entertaining from a neutral point of view and somewhat encouraging if not disappointing overall, left a lot to be desired. But could Xavi's saving grace come from the bench?

There were conclusions aplenty after Barcelona failed to register the all-important win against Manchester United at the Camp Nou. The home-turf advantage, particularly pertinent to the Catalant giants, was one Xavi needed to make better use of. Alas, Erik Ten Hag proved the Red Devils’ project is indeed real. In fact, one could say the guests were closer to victory than their counterparts.

But be that as it may, tonight both teams still have everything to play for. The eradication of the away goal rule deems it so. In fact, Ten Hag already alluded to an ominous plan for the return leg, promising an ace in his sleeve will take Xavi - and potentially every single one of us - by surprise. But what can Barcelona do to turn the tides in their favour?

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