- End of 2nd Half
- 2nd Half
- BraithwaiteDe La Fuente80'
- 1/2 Time
- Busquetsde Jong45'
- 1st Half
- Dembélé (P)28'
Ferencváros - FC Barcelona
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Full-time: A comfortable night's work for Barcelona, with all three goals - scored by Antoine Griezmann, Martin Braithwaite and Ousmane Dembele (penalty) - coming in the first half. They meet Juventus next week to determine who finishes top of the group.
Dembele tries to lob it over the goalkeeper with his weaker foot but can't find the target.
Three minutes will be added on.
Not to mention that this will be the third consecutive game in which Barcelona have won 4-0. It seems they're back on track.
Griezmann scored for the third consecutive game, Dembele and Jordi Alba were excellent on the left and it was another impressive performance from Martin Braithwaite. A number of youngsters have also been given their opportunity.
Barca haven't been great in the second half but making a number of substitutes hasn't helped. Still, it has been a productive night for Ronald Koeman.
Barca try to walk the ball into the net. Puig races through after stealing the ball in midfield but opts to pass to Dembele who has just the goalkeeper to beat. Nobody wants to shoot, though, and Dembele tries to give it back to the youngster but doesn't get enough on the pass, and Ferencvaros survive on this occasion.
- OnIhor KharatinFerencváros
Ferencvaros sub: Ihor Kharatin comes on for Somalia.
- OffMartin BraithwaiteFC Barcelona
- OnKonrad De La FuenteFC Barcelona
Barca sub: The impressive Braithwaite makes way for Konrad De La Fuente.
Close! Pjanic catches sweet with a shot from the edge of the box, but he doesn't get enough curl in his effort to test Dibusz.
Dibusz scrambles across his goal to save from Dembele's daisy-cutter.
Ferencvaros go close! Baturina gets between the two Barca centre-halves to meet Lovrencsics' cross. But he heads straight at Neto with all of the goal to aim at!
- OffMyrto UzuniFerencváros
- OnRoko BaturinaFerencváros
Ferencvaros double sub: Roko Baturina and Robert Mak come on for Uzini and Nguen.
Juventus are now leading 3-0 over Dinamo Kiev, with Cristiano Ronaldo and Alvaro Morata getting amongst the goals. It means Barcelona and Pirlo's men will go head-to-head next week to determine who finishes top of the group.
- Yellow cardFrancisco TrincãoFC Barcelona
Yellow card! Trincao goes into the book for a clumsy challenge on Laidouni.
Close! With beautiful close control, Dembele rides a couple of challenges and drives to the edge of the box. He searches for the near post again but can't find the target.
- OffAntoine GriezmannFC Barcelona
- OnRiqui PuigFC Barcelona
Barca double sub: Griezmann and Lenglet are going to get a rest as they're replaced by Riqui Puig and Carles Alena.
- OffDávid SigérFerencváros
- OnAissa LaidouniFerencváros
Ferencvaros double sub: Heister and Siger make way for Laidouni and Lovrencsics.
Ferencvaros are growing in confidence as they force a corner, whipped in dangerously by Isael. It takes a deflection off Braithwaite but Barca manage to clear their lines.
What a great story.
Trincao is showing signs of fatigue. He is unable to control Pjanic's pass and then commits a foul on Hiester.
Dembele's passing lets him down on this occasion. He can't quite pick out Braithwaite who was unmarked in the centre.
Close! Dembele puts his foot on the accelerator as he races through midfield and into the box. He checks inside to create the space for a shot but shoots wide at the goalkeeper's near post.
- Yellow cardAntoine GriezmannFC Barcelona
Yellow card! Griezmann goes into the book for a foul on Somalia.
A half chance for Ferencvaros! Barca fail to clear their lines and the loose ball falls to Siger, who gets plenty of curl in his effort but can't test Neto.
Trincao has looked sharp but seems to be lacking in confidence when it comes to finishing, spurning a chance to grab Barca's fourth as his shot is blocked by Dvali.
- 2nd Half
Kick-off! Barcelona get the second half underway, and there are two changes in personnel to tell you about: Junior Firpo and Frenkie de Jong are on for Alba and Busquets.
Half-time: Magnificent Barca are out of sight at the break thanks to goals from Antoine Griezmann, Martin Braithwaite and Ousmane Dembele (penalty).
Lenglet almost sends Braithwaite through with a ball over the top, but there's just too much on it to allow Dibusz to gather.
Meanwhile, in the other Group G game, Juventus have taken the lead against Dynamo Kiev. Federico Chiesa has scored.
Dest tests Dibusz, who catches. He wants to release it quickly to a defender, but none of his team mates are interested in receiving it short.
Barca have had 10 shots on goal, three of which have gone in. That's not a bad ratio.
Busquets is on thin ice. Already on a yellow card, he slides in on Botka, committing the foul. Totally needless.
Chance! Barca carve open the home side's defence once more, and in this form you'd expect Braithwaite to bury this. Griezmann releases him and he's through on goal with just the goalkeeper to beat, but scuffs his effort well wide. Did Frimpong did get the last touch? The referee says not.
Barcelona are absolutely purring. They're using the width really well, stretching the opposition, and they all look full of confidence.
- Yellow cardSergio BusquetsFC Barcelona
Yellow card! Busquets goes into the book for a high challenge on Somalia.
Braithwaite had grabbed the ball after winning the penalty, but Dembele was determined to take it and he made absolutely no mistake. Three-nil and game over.
- Goal by penaltyOusmane DembéléFC Barcelona
GOAL! Ferencvaros 0-3 Barcelona (Ousmane Dembele pen): Dembele sends the goalkeeper the wrong way and buries his penalty into the bottom left corner.
Penalty to Barcelona! The red-hot Braithwaite is through on goal and Frimpong, in a desperate bid to make a recovery, hacks him down. The referee points to the spot!
Griezmann appears to be enjoying himself in the absence of Messi.
It's damage-limitation now for Ferencvaros.
They're heading for their eighth win in 11 games in all competitions, scoring 26 - so far - maybe things aren't so bad for Barcelona?!
- GoalMartin BraithwaiteFC Barcelona
GOAL! Ferencvaros 0-2 Barcelona (Martin Braithwaite): Barcelona double their advantage after another devastating move down the left. Two years ago this week Braithwaite started as a substitute for Middlesbrough in the Championship, and now he has his third goal in a week for Barca in the Champions League! Alba finds Dembele who delivers a cross into a really dangerous area and Braithwaite finishes on the slide to guide the ball into the bottom corner.
Chance! Barca almost score a carbon copy of their opener, with Dembele releasing the overlapping Alba down the left. This time his cross finds Trincao who slices his shot wide.
A long, long way to go of course but as it stands Barcelona would seal top spot in the group, with Juventus being held by Dynamo Kiev.
- GoalAntoine GriezmannFC Barcelona
GOAL! Ferencvaros 0-1 Barcelona (Antoine Griezmann): He's done it again! Griezmann is back on the scoresheet for Barca with a clever near-post finish from Alba's inviting low cross. Two goals in two games for Griezmann now, he's enjoying his football at the moment.
Braithwaite slips a ball into the feet of Alba after the hosts give up possession in their own half once more. Dibusz makes a smart save at his near post to deny the wingback, but the offside flag is up - it wouldn't have counted anyway.
Pjanic tries a rather ambitious shot from the edge of the box, but it's blocked by Frimpong. He doesn't score many does he, Pjanic?
Dest is a class act for Barcelona at right wingback. It's always a joy to watch him play.
Barcelona are seeing plenty of the ball - but they're not hurting the hosts.
Close! Braithwaite should score! Dest absolutely leaves his marker for dead with a drop of the shoulder and a burst of pace down the flank. His cross isn't bad either as he picks out Braithwaite, who gets across his man but sends the ball wide of Dibusz's goal.
Ferencvaros boss Rebrov, once of Tottenham and West Ham, has once again gone with the back three system that worked so effectively against Juventus.
A couple of loose passes in their own half has already put Ferencvaros under pressure.
- 1st Half
Kick-off! Ferencvaros get us underway!
FIVE minutes until kick-off! It's Ferencvaros versus Barcelona in the Champions League at Puskas Arena. It's LIVE and it's NEXT!
Pre-match stat: Since winning their first ever UEFA Champions League match 3-0 against Grasshopper Club Zurich in September 1995, Ferencvaros are winless in each of their last nine games in the competition (D3 L6).
Ferencvaros come into the game bottom of the group but level, with a single point, with Dynamo Kiev, who they meet next week with a Europa League spot at stake. Serhiy Rebrov, Ferencvaros' coach, said: "Barcelona practically featured a reserve team in Kyiv, but they were just as strong, so no matter who plays, there is competition in every position."
More from Koeman: "The most important thing is to get qualified for the next round and we did that in Kyiv, but our mentality, and this is Barça, is to win every game. We want to finish top of the group and we have three points more than Juve but there’s still two games to play."
Pre-match stat: Ferencvaros are winless in their last six meetings with Spanish clubs in all competitions (D4 L2); however, the Hungarian side have never lost at home to a Spanish team in any European competition (P7 W5 D2 L0).
Barca scored four second half goals to defeat Kiev last time out, with Braithwaite scoring twice in his first start in the competition. Not since David Villa in 2010 has a Barca player scored in their first two Champions League starts.
Barca will make sure of first place tonight if they win and Juventus fail to beat Dynamo Kiev. Even a draw may seal it, but only if Andrea Pirlo's side lose in Turin.
Ronald Koeman: "It’ll be a tough game, they’ve got players with quality and pace up top. Our defence will have to be focused. We need to control their attacking play and hurt them with any space we can find. They played well against Juventus, with five at the back and they only just missed out on a draw at the end."
Neto starts in goal with Marc Ter Stegen rested, as is Philippe Coutinho and, of course, Lionel Messi.
Former Middlesbrough striker Martin Braithwaite leads Barcelona's attack, fresh from scoring twice in the 4-0 victory at Dynamo Kiev last time out, with Antoine Griezmann playing in behind. They are flanked by exciting youngster Frincisco Trincao and Ousmane Dembele. There is no place in midfield for Carles Alena, though, which is a surprise, as Miralem Pjanic and Sergio Busquets both start.
Ferencvaros XI: Dibusz, Dvali, Frimpong, Blazic, Heister, Botka, Uzuni, Somalia, Siger, Isael, Nguen.. subs: Baturina, Csontos, Boli, Kharatin, Kovacevic, Laidouni, Lovrencsics, Mak, Szecsi, Ori. /// Barcelona XI: Neto, Alba, Lenglet, Mingueza, Dest, Busquets, Pjanic, Dembele, Griezmann, Trincao, Braithwaite.. subs: Fuente, Fernandes, Firpo, Pedri, Pena, Puig, Tenas, de Jong
Hello and welcome to Eurosport's LIVE text commentary of the Champions League clash between Ferencvaros and Barcelona. Ronald Koeman's side have already sealed qualification to the last 16 but with a 100 per cent European record so far this season Barca are on track for winning every group game for the first time since 2002-03. Kick-off is an hour away and team news follows next!