- Robert Lewandowski marked a four-year management Barcelona in the wake of moving from Bayern Munich in the late spring.
- Robert Lewandowski scored his most memorable serious objectives for Barcelona on his 34th birthday celebration as the Catalan club succeeded at Real Sociedad to record their most memorable La Liga win.
The ex-Bayern Munich striker scored his most memorable objective after just 47 seconds following Alejandro Balde’s low cross.
Alexander Isak evened out six minutes some other time when his shot circled in. Ousmane Dembele’s low drive made it 2-1, Lewandowski side-footed in a third, and Ansu Fati serenely added a fourth.
The attractive triumph was welcome following Barca’s unobtrusive beginning to their mission – a 0-0 attract at home to Rayo Vallecano.
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Lewandowski joined Barca in the late spring in a £42m bargain from Bayern, where he just had one year left on his agreement, while one more of their new signings, Brazil’s ex-Leeds United forward Raphinha, came on as a final part substitute.
Be that as it may, Barcelona couldn’t handle France’s focal protector Jules Kounde as he has still not been enrolled for monetary reasons following his exchange from Sevilla toward the end of July.
Barca is fifth in La Liga and plays Manchester City in a cordial on Wednesday, with their next cutthroat game against Valladolid at the Nou Camp on Sunday.