Barcelona netted four La Liga goals for the second weekend in a row as La Blaugrana cruised to a 4-0 win over Real Valladolid.
The Catalans giants smashed past Real Sociedad last time out, and Robert Lewandowski bagged another impressive brace, in a dominant performance from the hosts.
Barcelona looked in determined mood from the start at the Camp Nou, with Lewandowski and Ousmane Dembele both denied by the woodwork, before the Polish international netted an outrageous opener.
Teenage star Pedri burst onto Dembele’s pass through the Valladolid defence to double their advantage just before the break.
Lewandowski’s deflected finish ended the tie as a contest just after the hour mark, before his saved shot fell kindly to Sergi Roberto to wrap up the game in added time.
Up next for Barcelona is a trip to Sevilla next weekend with Valladolid at home to Almeria in Monday night action.