More pressure mounts on Julen Lopetegui as Barcelona climb up to second place in La Liga with a dominant win away at the Estadio Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán.
Yassine Bounou: 6.5 – Made a couple of good saves but had no chance with the goals.
Gonzalo Montiel: 4.5 – Anonymous night for the Argentine, struggling to deal with Dembélé.
Fernando: 6.5 – A busy first half for the Brazilian at centre-back before slotting back into a more familiar midfield role in the second half.
Tanguy Nianzou: 5.5
Marcos Acuña: 5.5
Nemanja Gudelj: 5
Joan Jordán: 5
Ivan Rakitić: 5.5 – Linked up well at the start before fading away as Barcelona grew into the game.
Érik Lamela: 6.5 – Sevilla’s brightest attacking player. Put the ball in the back of the net but was offside.
Youssef En-Nesyri: 5
Isco: 6 – Looked industrious in the opening minutes of the game but faded away as Barcelona took complete control of proceedings.
José Ángel Carmona: 6
Thomas Delaney: 5.5
Papu Gómez: 6
Kasper Dolberg: 5
Marc-André ter Stegen: 8 – Seems to be recovering his old form. Another good performance, his best save being a brilliant reactionary one to deny Rakitić early on.
Jules Koundé: 8 – Had no troubles at right-back. Two assists tonight, including a brilliant long ball to Lewandowski.
Ronald Araújo: 7.5
Eric García: 7.5 – Made a timely double block on Lamela before scoring Barça’s third.
Alejandro Balde: 6.5
Sergio Busquets: 6.5
Gavi: 9 – Workhorse in midfield. Won back possession for the first goal and was a constant thorn to any Sevilla movement in the middle.
Ousmane Dembélé: 7 – Led many of Barça’s counter-attacks and could’ve had an assist had he been more unselfish.
Robert Lewandowski: 8.5 – His delightful dink was the catalyst for Barça’s opener. Deservedly got his goal with clever movement and a world class finish.
Raphinha: 9 – Spent the entire game on the right flank and looked at home. Was alert to head in the opening goal and created the third goal with a phenomenal cross.
Sergi Roberto: 6
Jordi Alba: 6
Frenkie de Jong: 6
Ansu Fati: 6