If Barcelona fans had doubts about going to Camp Nou for Sunday's game against Mallorca, they just have to think that it's the day of Ansu Fati's return to action.
That should be enough of an argument to not stay at home lamenting the fact Real Madrid clinched the league title on Saturday by beating Espanyol.
Ansu, 19, will not start the game but Xavi Hernandez, who needs the youngster to help seal Champions League qualification, has said he will get some minutes.
Injuries have hampered Ansu's young career. He returned from a 10-month layoff in September, picked up another injury in October, returned again in January and then hurt his hamstring on Jan. 20 against Athletic in the Copa del Rey.
He has been back training with the team since March 28 but Barça did not want to rush him back and have waited to bring him back into the squad, which happened this weekend.
Whether he plays 10 or 20 minutes against Mallorca, the most important thing is to see him back on the pitch and, hopefully, feeling good.
The goals will come because they always do. He has only been able to play 10 games this season but his numbers are good. Five league games and three goals. One game and one goal in the Supercopa. Three games and one goal in the Champions League. One game in the Copa del Rey.
No one will demand he scores against Mallorca, but, being Ansu, you would not rule it out.
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