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FC Barcelona are on their way to the semi-finals of the Copa del Rey after beating Granada 5-3 in extra time in the quarter-finals on Wednesday Antoine Griezmann led an exciting comeback for the Catalans and two goals for the guests, who had overcome a gap of two goals after 88 minutes

But how did each player fare in this game? Here are our player ratings for the game for key players during the game and the club managers All ratings are out of 10 and the higher the number the better A zero would be a red card in the first minute A 10 would be like a dominant hat trick

Lionel Messi (FWD): Was instrumental in establishing Barcelona’s attack in the early parts of regulation, the Argentine captain was strong in possession, attack and set pieces, although Barcelona didn’t break through until later in the game and were consistently strong pronounced, but could still trigger the attack and remain active in dangerous areas The payout finally took place in the 88th Minute when he helped Antoine Griezmann breakthrough Rating: 8

Antoine Griezmann (FWD): The French international’s form has been in tip-top shape for Barcelona lately and continued throughout the quarter-final against Granada He was well connected to Messi as he tried to penetrate Granada’s back line and stayed up and becoming more active off the ball, especially during the twisty minutes when Barcelona pushed down two goals towards the end of the game, his relentless movement resulted in his defenders losing the mark on each of his two goals, and Griezmann was also able to provide two assists in the review : 10

Samuel Umtiti (DEF): Bad day in the office for the French defender Due to the lack of options in the backline at Barcelona, ​​Umtiti returned to Ronald Koeman’s line-up but the center-back struggled in the quarter-finals as he was responsible for two of Granada’s goals , played at times distracted, with a lax pass accompanied by a lack of energy. Rating: 5

Ronald Koeman (manager): A rough first half meant adjustments, if any, and the Dutch manager eventually made them in the second half after Barcelona were unable to capitalize on his best moves of the day were the smashing of Jordi Alba on the left and the elimination of Umtiti shortly after the hour in favor of further attacks. Rating: 7

Aaron Escandell (GK): An exceptional performance by the 25-year-old in the game He kept a dominant attack from Barcelona in check for the first 45. His impressive performance continued well into the second half but his positioning ultimately gave him away and resulted in a late goal to pull Barcelona within one As the game went into overtime, Escandell scored another big save that choked the ball early in the first fifteen minutes of overtime In the second extra time, however, the wheels completely ran out when Barcelona scored two more goals stretch It’s a heavy defeat to swallow after a near perfect performance, a strong score for an 88-minute shiftRating: 8

Yan Eteki (MID): Most of the game, he was an enforcer Received a yellow card in the first half for an early foul on Messi, the midfielder did well not to win another in the second half and disrupted the game by finding space to play and the pressure to absorb while the match was in Granada 2-0 successful in the second half However, when the game went into overtime, Eteki’s tank was running low and the effects he had during regulation were evident in the course of overtime.He was replaced during added time of the first overtime, to give way to defender Nehuén Pérez and without his presence in the middle to disrupt things, Barca’s attack only got stronger when they went for victory Rating: 7

Angel Montoro (MID): A good match for Eteki to maintain Barcelona’s dominant attack Despite the overall lack of possession from Granada, Montoro was on the ball when Granada tried to counter, opting for Barca’s attack to score the second goal to score at the beginning of the second half when he played the ball against Roberto Soldado and brought Barcelona’s defense up and out of position. Rating: 7

Diego Martínez (manager): After a goal in the 33 In the minute, Granada made some questionable substitutions throughout the match first-half goalscorer Kenedy came on to start the second half for Darwin Machis, who had little impact on the future game, also replacing veteran right-back Victor Diaz after one good flank shift and made way for Dimitri Foulquier, who ultimately lost his mark on the equalizer in Barcelona. Rating: 6

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