Barcelona were made to suffer in Kyiv against Dynamo but they came away with the vital win which means they can secure qualification for the last 16 with a win at home to Benfica later in the month.
A lightning bolt from Ansu Fati lit up an otherwise drab encounter in which the Blaugrana otherwise looked unlikely to find the net.
Xavi Hernandez may have all kinds of plans, but he might want to bring a forward along with him to finish off the plays he draws up.
Ansu Fati was the only Blaugrana star on the night - he made the difference. He didn't have a great game or have a lot of chances, but he was able to make an impact when it mattered. He showed excellent technique to adjust and blast home the winner on the half volley after Oscar Mingueza's low cross broke to him. Ansu Fati is the future of Barcelona and this will be his team in the years to come.
One of the few positives for Barcelona this season has been the emergence of several academy players in the first team. Plenty has been said about Gavi, who has already made his Spain debut as well, but Nico Gonzalez deserves a mention, too. The midifelder looks increasingly like he belongs in the Blaugrana midfield.
Barcelona looked shaky at the back once again and Dynamo could have punished them for it on more than one occasion. With respect, a higher quality opposition would have been able to pick Barcelona apart on the break and in transition.
Ousmane Dembele made a welcome return from injury and he looks keen to make up for lost time. In less than half an hour, he looked more lively and dangerous than many of his teammates in 90 minutes.
Memphis Depay continues to blow hot and cold and on Tuesday it wasn't happening for him. The Dutchman had no real chances and struggled to make an impact.
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