Barcelona 6-1 Girona: Suarez, Messi, and Coutinho on target

Barcelona bounced back from goal down two minutes after Portu had given Girona a lead to thrush their neighbors 6-1 at the Camp Nou as they create a 10 point difference from second place owners of the table.

Cristian Portugues Manzanera only needed three minutes to find the net meanwhile Barcelona only needed the remaining minutes to take full charge of the game with four goals in the first before notching two more in the second half.

Portu socked Barcelona with an earl goal. The Spaniard has scored against Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid and Barcelona.

Luis Suarez was assisted by Lionel Messi to level the scores at the 5th minute, before the Argentine himself put Barcelona in charge at half an hour mark with his powerful left footed shot.

Suarez celebrates with Umititi

Messi doubled Barcelona’s lead with his strategic free kick six minutes after he had given them the lead. The Argentina International fired his strike beneath the wall as the line jumped in accord allowing the ball to penetrate without interference beating goal keeper Bono to settle into the net.

Messi masterminded a counter attack as he rushed through the middle before passing to Coutinho in the left inside who generously had a cut back for Suarez to complete a brace and the home side’s fourth.

Philippe Coutinho made his first strike for Barcelona in Laliga at the 66th minute from a 25 yards. The Brazilian created space for himself before curling his strike past the access of Girona goal keeper as the scores changed to five.

Coutinho takes on Girona defender

Lastly Suarez’s hat-trick at the 76th minute helped Barcelona close the chapter of goals with 6th for the home side. The Uruguay International from a close range buried Ousmane Dembele’s pinpoint cross from the right flank.

The win means Barcelona break their own record for the most games unbeaten in a sequence in the domestic top tier by winning their 32nd.

Under Pep Guardiola, the Laliga table leaders went unbeaten for 31 matches and the record was brought to an end in 2011.

Portu celebrates goal