Ronald Koeman made it two wins from two as Barcelona boss as his side defeated Celta Vigo 3-0, despite going down to ten men.

Barcelona headed to Balaidos on the back of their 4-0 win against Villarreal, but they had not won at Celta Vigo in five years.

With Frenkie de Jong in the starting eleven, Barcelona got off to a brilliant start as Ansu Fati fired ahead in the 11th minute after a good combination with Coutinho.

However, Barcelona went down to ten men before the break as Clement Lenglet saw his second yellow card.

Koeman’s side didn’t let the red card affect them though, and after excellent work by Lionel Messi, a Lucas Olaza own goal made it 2-0 in the 51st minute. Sergi Roberto then added a third before the end.

De Jong played the full game as Koeman continued his 100% start as Barcelona boss.

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