FC Barcelona made hard work of their first Champions League win of the season but came back from a goal down to beat Inter Milan at the Camp Nou.
Here’s what we learned from the 2-1 victory.
Barça looked exposed down the flanks in the first half
With Junior Firpo pulling out due to injury just hours before kick off, and already a stand-in for Jordi Alba, Nelson Semedo had to put in a shift at left back. Though it is meant to be one of his usual positions, Sergi Roberto had a rough time at right back with Inter Milan utilising acres of space on either flank when they embarked on dangerous counter attacks.