Jules Kounde assist Robert Lewandowski as he scored a sensational goal against Sevilla.
After Raphinha’s opener, another summer signing in Robert Lewandowski got on the scoresheet in Barcelona’s ongoing 2-0 lead against Sevilla, but in style.
Credit to Jules Kounde, who put in a pinpoint floated pass into the Polish international’s path, who chested the ball down with aplomb and volleyed it past a hapless Bono.
Despite Xavi’s side only being five games into the new campaign, this strike is likely to end up as one of the side’s goals of the season by the end.
Lewandowski exhibited that he remains one of Europe’s most technical strikers, while Kounde put in an assist that deserves its flowers.
Brilliant ball from Koundé. Stunning finish from Lewandowski. Barca are cooking 🔥 pic.twitter.com/Wr85nDvKcW
— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) September 3, 2022
The former has silenced all of his critics who questioned his ability to transition from the Bundesliga to a new league with his fifth goal for the Spanish powerhouse in five league games.
Nevertheless, Jules Kounde deserves praise for creating a magical moment while playing the right-back position against type.
Overall, the two came together to produce a devastating hit that is impossible to stop watching.