Barcelona manager, Xavi Hernandez is feeling proud of his team’s performance, intensity as well as Ousmane Dembele dribbling ability.

Barcelona beat Victoria Plzen 5-1 in their first UEFA Champions League game of the new campaign at the Camp Nou.

Robert Lewandowski scored and hat-trick, Ousmane Dembele with a brace of assist, Feranmi Torres came off the bench to get a goal and assist, and Frank Kessie scoring the first goal of the match.

However, despite their dominant display, Xavi had reservations about the team’s performance, claiming they had pot holes to fill.

“We conceded a goal due to our mistake, we have to improve these errors,” Xavi said after the game.

“It’s hard to highlight something today, but I’ll say that our intensity,” Xavi added.

“Everything was done well, and the understanding of the match was good.”

“Dembélé had suffered a lot in his first years here, but I always said it. He has great abilities, and he deserves everything that is happening to him.”

“There are no wingers in the world that can cut inside to both sides like Dembélé can,” Xavi concluded.

Barcelona will face Bayern Munich in the next UEFA Champions League match.