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We run the rule over both teams after an entertaining match in Spain

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Barcelona vs Slavia Prague ratings: Every player ranked and rated …

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Barcelona were held to a goalless draw at home by Slavia Prague as their poor form continued.

The Spanish giants were beaten 3-1 by Levante last time out and could not break down Slavia in an entertaining Champions League clash.

Barcelona vs Slavia Prague ratings: Every player ranked and rated …

The Czech side even had the ball in the back of Barcelona’s net shortly before half-time – only for the goal to be correctly ruled out for offside.

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Barcelona also hit the back of the net when Arturo Vidal converted Lionel Messi’s sublime pass, only for the goal to be ruled out for offside, this time through the intervention of VAR.

Here are our player ratings.

Check the above gallery to see how we rated players from both teams.

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