The second leg of a sensational battle between two of Europe's top heavyweights takes place this Thursday and just one week on from the thrilling 2-2 draw at the Camp Nou with Old Trafford up next for Barcelona and Manchester United.
The Red Devils went behind and then went on to lead away in Spain, as Marcus Rashford once again stole the show. United's number 10 scored a goal of him own at the Nou Camp and forced an own goal from Jules Kounde for the club to take the lead. Marcos Alonso would score the opening goal for Barcelona, as Raphina got the equaliser from a cross that went through everyone and avoided Robert Lewandowski too.
The legendary Pole was the main man over the weekend for Barcelona once more, as his goal in the first half and finish from Sergi Roberto gave them a 2-0 win and a lead of eight points at the top of La Liga. Quite incredibly, Xavi's men have still only managed to let in seven goals this season in La Liga and score 45 of their own.
Alongside one loss and just two draws, the club are on course to break all sorts of record in La Liga, which is quite remarkable given the records they've already set in the past decade alone.
United defeated Leicester City on Sunday and despite a convincing win in the end on the scoresheet, the Foxes were the better team for at least the first 20 minutes. 25 minutes in, however, Marcus Rashford would score the opening goal with another excellent finish from a sensational Bruno Fernandes pass, just before Rashford scored another to make it 24 for him this season - it's now the best goalscoring season in his career. Jadon Sancho also came off the bench to score yet again that day, as he continues to impress in his comeback to the team.
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